Andrea Sinz – How to overcome challenges with XL-MS to study whole proteomes

In this exclusive interview, Prof. Dr. Andrea Sinz discusses the steps her group has taken to move from single protein studies to complex networks and how they are hoping to overcome challenges with XL-MS complexity, including trying the new μPAC™ column from PharmaFluidics.

Sinz is a key scientist in this area, having worked on XL-MS since her postdoctoral degree in the United States about 20 years ago. Today, Sinz, who is President of the German Society for Mass Spectrometry, leads a research group at Martin-Luther-University Halle-Wittenberg using XL-MS to provide a deep insight into the 3D-structures of isolated protein complexes as well as protein interaction networks in cells, organisms or tissues.

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