Kidneys that might be considered...suboptimal...for a number of reasons are sometimes subjected to something called NMP that is in the blog title and I doubt i can type it correctly again.
As you might guess, having human kidneys in a machine to keep them going for a transplant imparts a lot of changes. Knowing what ones might help us predict which will work, which won't, and how to preserve them longer!
I can't figure out what instrument was used for this. Since the MS1 resolution is 120,000, it is probably a high field Orbitrap, and I suspect we're operating in DDA mode. The biology is the star here and the details on how the proteomics was performed doesn't fit within the page limits. That's still okay, because of how interesting the biology is.
If you actually want to know, the RAW files are up on ProteomeXchange here as PXD036432.