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Low-frequency Tumor Allele Detection, Absolute Quantification Of Expression Profiles
More and more philosophers are willing to grant that second-order quantification, quantification into the positions of predicates (or their natural language counterparts), is a legitimate sui generis kind of quantification, not to be reduced to first-order quantification, quantification into the positions of singular terms.
It is of course easy to see why one might want to begin a book on the ontological commitments of second-order quantification with a discussion of ontological commitment in general, and everything Kramer says in Part I is very plausible and very carefully worked through; however, it is not clear to me that everything dealt with in Part I is needed for Kramer's eventual defense of second-orderism.
Label-free quantification of MS1 spectra has the most flexibility among the different mass spectrometry based proteomics methods that have been developed.
Therefore, any method of quantification at the protein level from the digested peptides needs to systematically address how to handle signals of varying quality from the corresponding peptides.
Additionally, the relative strengths and weaknesses of discovery-mode MS1 quantification are compared to MRMs on the same sample set and similar analytical systems.
The present paper focuses on the latter, quantification stage, in particular within the context of the most popular job evaluation technique, namely the point method (Doverspike & Barrett, 1984).
The development of a point method is typically based on two quantification operations.
In addition, MRM offers superior multiplexing capabilities, allowing for the simultaneous quantification of numerous proteins in parallel.
MS-based quantification relies on the monitoring of selected ionized products of target analytes, integrating the resulting extracted ion chromatograms, and comparing peak areas between 2 experimental conditions for relative quantification or to reference areas generated by standards of known concentration for absolute quantification (24-26).
The savings for sporadic RF quantification are most useful for low-throughput laboratories that run different low-volume tests on the same instrument.
We presently have >2 years of experience in clinical laboratory practice with LC-MS/MS quantification (Alliance HPLC 2795 separations module coupled to a Quattro Micro mass spectrometer, both from Waters Corporation) based on sporadic RF.

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