Quantitative Mass Spectrometry and Its Application in Microbiology
Advanced chemoanalytical techniques are now becoming introduced in microbiological laboratories, thereby adding new dimensions to traditional methods of studying microbial metabolic processes.
KeywordsMuramic Acid Quantitative Mass Spectrometry Mass Fragmentography Mass Fragmentogram Complete Mass Spectrum
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