Reversible Covalent Binding of the Fluorophore Epicocconone to Proteins provides a Novel Approach to the Sensitive Quantification of Proteins Across a Wide Variety of Different Platforms

Duncan A. Veal, Peter Karuso, Yoon Choi, James A. Mackintosh, Daniel R. Coghlan

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ConferenceThe Pittsburgh Conference on Analytical Chemistry and applied Spectroscopy 2005
CityOrlando, USA
Period27/02/054/03/05

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Veal, D. A., Karuso, P., Choi, Y., Mackintosh, J. A., & Coghlan, D. R. (2005). Reversible Covalent Binding of the Fluorophore Epicocconone to Proteins provides a Novel Approach to the Sensitive Quantification of Proteins Across a Wide Variety of Different Platforms. 1-1. Abstract from The Pittsburgh Conference on Analytical Chemistry and applied Spectroscopy 2005, Orlando, USA, .
Veal, Duncan A. ; Karuso, Peter ; Choi, Yoon ; Mackintosh, James A. ; Coghlan, Daniel R. / Reversible Covalent Binding of the Fluorophore Epicocconone to Proteins provides a Novel Approach to the Sensitive Quantification of Proteins Across a Wide Variety of Different Platforms. Abstract from The Pittsburgh Conference on Analytical Chemistry and applied Spectroscopy 2005, Orlando, USA, .1 p.
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Veal, DA, Karuso, P, Choi, Y, Mackintosh, JA & Coghlan, DR 2005, 'Reversible Covalent Binding of the Fluorophore Epicocconone to Proteins provides a Novel Approach to the Sensitive Quantification of Proteins Across a Wide Variety of Different Platforms' The Pittsburgh Conference on Analytical Chemistry and applied Spectroscopy 2005, Orlando, USA, 27/02/05 - 4/03/05, pp. 1-1.

Reversible Covalent Binding of the Fluorophore Epicocconone to Proteins provides a Novel Approach to the Sensitive Quantification of Proteins Across a Wide Variety of Different Platforms. / Veal, Duncan A.; Karuso, Peter; Choi, Yoon; Mackintosh, James A.; Coghlan, Daniel R.

2005. 1-1 Abstract from The Pittsburgh Conference on Analytical Chemistry and applied Spectroscopy 2005, Orlando, USA, .

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Veal DA, Karuso P, Choi Y, Mackintosh JA, Coghlan DR. Reversible Covalent Binding of the Fluorophore Epicocconone to Proteins provides a Novel Approach to the Sensitive Quantification of Proteins Across a Wide Variety of Different Platforms. 2005. Abstract from The Pittsburgh Conference on Analytical Chemistry and applied Spectroscopy 2005, Orlando, USA, .