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Hi all,
I have mass spec (MS) data. pls tell me how to use EXPASY software to analyse histone modifications..

Thanks
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Default Re: Mass spec problem

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Hi all,
I have mass spec (MS) data. pls tell me how to use EXPASY software to analyse histone modifications..

Thanks
You have to be more specific with what you want, what software package do you want to learn how to use? What type of histone modifications are you trying to analyze?
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