Technology Introduction

Proteomics encompasses various techniques stemming from diverse experimental methods, among which Data-Independent Acquisition (DIA) stands prominent. DIA operates by dynamically setting multiple mass-to-charge ratio windows over time, ensuring the fragmentation and detection of all peptide ions passing through these windows in MS2. This distinctive methodology of DIA excels in discovery proteomics and phenotypic comparisons, facilitating superior peptide identification characterized by heightened precision, stability, and repeatability.