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Those peptide chains—amino acids linked like Lego blocks—were then analyzed in a mass spectrometry machine and identified using protein databases.
Davis walks me by its gas chromatography mass spectrometry system, which separates out those molecules as a slab of real meat is cooking.
NC State postdoc and mass spectrometry expert Elena Schroeter notes that the collagen seen in their dinosaur samples mostly lacks the amino acids Collins tracked.
Sampling all along a baleen plate with mass spectrometry reveals the isotopic markers over time, including the transition from one ocean to another.
Two labs also detected the proteins laminin and elastin with antibody tests, although mass spectrometry failed to turn up sequences for these proteins.
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