Trypsin, the most widely used enzyme in proteomics, has a few caveats as it does not perform well under certain harsh sample handling conditions and creates relatively short peptides less amenable to, for instance, electron transfer dissociation. There is, thus, room for improvement using alternative proteases. Here, we evaluate the performance of such an alternative protease, the metalloendopeptidase Lys-N, in sample preparation for proteomic analyses under various experimental conditions. T...Expand abstract
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Evaluation of metalloendopeptidase Lys-N protease performance under different sample handling conditions.
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