The determination of C-terminal peptide sequence is critical since the C-terminal peptide contains biologically relevant information and often undergoes post-translational processing. Another important application is in estimating purity of the biopharmaceuticals, especially for determining the presence of ragged processed ends and for N-terminally blocked polypeptides and proteins. In this paper,...
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