Goran Mitulović

Medical University of Vienna

Dr. Goran Mitulović (ORCID 0000-0003-1964-3965) is the head of the Proteomics Core Facility, Medical University of Vienna. He has more than twenty years of experience developing hardware and analytical methods for multidimensional nano HPLC-MS separation and detection methods for proteins and peptides. He conducted his research with LC Packings/Dionex in Amsterdam; IMP and IMBA in Vienna; and the Medical University of Vienna. His research interests include mechanistic chromatographic separation of peptides and proteins on different stationary phases (polar, ion-exchange, hydrophobic, and hydrophilic phases), improvement of mass spectrometric response based on the optimized composition of the chromatographic mobile phase, and development of clinical proteomics methods and approaches for use in diagnostics.

Goran Mitulović

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Mass spectrometry is a state-of-the-art tool for basic biological research and applied clinical diagnostics. This book covers sample preparation for mass spectrometric analysis for proteomics, clinical studies, and food analysis. In addition, it explores possible directions for further developing the technology and its potential applications.

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Mass Spectrometry in Life Sciences and Clinical Laboratory

Edited by Goran Mitulović