Microscale enzyme reactors comprising gold nanoparticles with immobilized trypsin for efficient protein digestion

Safdar M, Sproß J, Janis J (2013)
Journal of Mass Spectrometry 48(12): 1281-1284.

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Safdar M, Sproß J, Janis J. Microscale enzyme reactors comprising gold nanoparticles with immobilized trypsin for efficient protein digestion. Journal of Mass Spectrometry. 2013;48(12):1281-1284.
Safdar, M., Sproß, J., & Janis, J. (2013). Microscale enzyme reactors comprising gold nanoparticles with immobilized trypsin for efficient protein digestion. Journal of Mass Spectrometry, 48(12), 1281-1284.
Safdar, M., Sproß, J., and Janis, J. (2013). Microscale enzyme reactors comprising gold nanoparticles with immobilized trypsin for efficient protein digestion. Journal of Mass Spectrometry 48, 1281-1284.
Safdar, M., Sproß, J., & Janis, J., 2013. Microscale enzyme reactors comprising gold nanoparticles with immobilized trypsin for efficient protein digestion. Journal of Mass Spectrometry, 48(12), p 1281-1284.
M. Safdar, J. Sproß, and J. Janis, “Microscale enzyme reactors comprising gold nanoparticles with immobilized trypsin for efficient protein digestion”, Journal of Mass Spectrometry, vol. 48, 2013, pp. 1281-1284.
Safdar, M., Sproß, J., Janis, J.: Microscale enzyme reactors comprising gold nanoparticles with immobilized trypsin for efficient protein digestion. Journal of Mass Spectrometry. 48, 1281-1284 (2013).
Safdar, Muhammad, Sproß, Jens, and Janis, Janne. “Microscale enzyme reactors comprising gold nanoparticles with immobilized trypsin for efficient protein digestion”. Journal of Mass Spectrometry 48.12 (2013): 1281-1284.
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