Label-free protein quantification of sodium butyrate treated CHO cells by ESI-UHR-TOF-MS

Müller B, Heinrich C, Jabs W, Kaspar-Schönefeld S, Schmidt A, Wehmeier N, Albaum S, Baessmann C, Noll T, Hoffrogge R (2017)
Journal of Biotechnology 257: 87-98.

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Müller B, Heinrich C, Jabs W, et al. Label-free protein quantification of sodium butyrate treated CHO cells by ESI-UHR-TOF-MS. Journal of Biotechnology. 2017;257:87-98.
Müller, B., Heinrich, C., Jabs, W., Kaspar-Schönefeld, S., Schmidt, A., Wehmeier, N., Albaum, S., et al. (2017). Label-free protein quantification of sodium butyrate treated CHO cells by ESI-UHR-TOF-MS. Journal of Biotechnology, 257, 87-98. doi:10.1016/j.jbiotec.2017.03.032
Müller, B., Heinrich, C., Jabs, W., Kaspar-Schönefeld, S., Schmidt, A., Wehmeier, N., Albaum, S., Baessmann, C., Noll, T., and Hoffrogge, R. (2017). Label-free protein quantification of sodium butyrate treated CHO cells by ESI-UHR-TOF-MS. Journal of Biotechnology 257, 87-98.
Müller, B., et al., 2017. Label-free protein quantification of sodium butyrate treated CHO cells by ESI-UHR-TOF-MS. Journal of Biotechnology, 257, p 87-98.
B. Müller, et al., “Label-free protein quantification of sodium butyrate treated CHO cells by ESI-UHR-TOF-MS”, Journal of Biotechnology, vol. 257, 2017, pp. 87-98.
Müller, B., Heinrich, C., Jabs, W., Kaspar-Schönefeld, S., Schmidt, A., Wehmeier, N., Albaum, S., Baessmann, C., Noll, T., Hoffrogge, R.: Label-free protein quantification of sodium butyrate treated CHO cells by ESI-UHR-TOF-MS. Journal of Biotechnology. 257, 87-98 (2017).
Müller, B., Heinrich, C., Jabs, W., Kaspar-Schönefeld, S., Schmidt, Anica, Wehmeier, Nadine, Albaum, Stefan, Baessmann, C., Noll, Thomas, and Hoffrogge, Raimund. “Label-free protein quantification of sodium butyrate treated CHO cells by ESI-UHR-TOF-MS”. Journal of Biotechnology 257 (2017): 87-98.

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