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I am reading a paper, and quite confusing about one stuff. In this paper, they align their LC-MALDI data with 45% retention time and 0.5 amu tolerance. I can understand 0.5 amu tolerance, but I cannot understand the 45% retention time tolerance. I think the retention time tolerance should be several minutes instead of ??%. I am very appreciating if somebody can help me about this. Thank you very much!
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I forget to mention that they are using the MarkerView software and the default value for retention time tolerance is 45%.
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