Friday, October 7, 2022

Why compromise on fragmentation types? OMNI-TRAP.

 I feel like the omnitrap has sort of a legendary pop culture sort of status. Were you at that one meeting 5 years ago when Dr. Zubarev talked about it? Did you hear whispers about it on the absolute wrong side of the Philadelphia Convention Center where my AirBnB was at ASMS? 

(That was probably about something altogether different...people in Philly tend to sound like they're mumbling...if you tried to get one of those crappy cheesewiz sandwiches from one of those places that are famous for them for some reason, you know what I'm talking about)


CIDs (yawn)
HCDs (....)
ECDs and UVPDs (oh?)
EMLs (wtf is that?)
SHCIDs (wtfingf is that?)
IADs (now y'all are just making up acronyms)
MS2/MS3/MS4s all using completely different fragmentation types, many I didn't list here because this article isn't the easiest to blog about for people with problems reading and writing letters in the correct order. 

Other than just showing off, why would anyone care about the 

Yeah, I learned out to make glitter text on the interwebs right now! I'm not going to waste it. 

The example presented in this study is working out a full intact protein sequence using all these different fragmentation types in tandem. That's cool enough to make glitter text about, right?

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