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ITRAQ mass spectrometry

  1. Feb 16, 2013 #1
    I've been looking around for iTRAQ facilities and prices, and so far Penn State seems to be the cheapest at $550 per sample. Does anyone else know of any place that will do it for cheaper or is this as good as it will get?

    Also, if anyone has had experience prepping iTRAQ samples, can they be frozen down and kept for an extended period of time while I collect biological and technical replicates to throw into the same sample? Protocols that I've read don't seem to mention about pausing sample collection while different biological samples are grown/collected.
     
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