Home SILAC / AQUA ClustalW Reduced Cys Average mass Transfer GPMAW


This section contains answers to some commonly asked questions.

How do I analyze SILAC / AQUA peptides using GPMAW (use secondary mass tables).

How does ClustalW work in connection with GPMAW

Cysteine is typically used both as reduced and oxidized. This can be conveniently handled globally in GPMAW, but you may also need control on the single residue level.

Average mass is not a fixed number. How does GPMAW handle this topic.

Users often get a new computer and need to transfer GPMAW. How to handle this?

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