Ronald Charles Beavis (better known professionally as Ron Beavis) is a Canadian protein biochemist, who has been involved in the application of mass spectrometry to protein primary structure, with applications in the fields of proteomics and analytical biochemistry. He has developed methods for measuring the identity and post-translational modification state of proteins obtained from biological samples using mass spectrometry. He is currently best known for developing new methods for analyzing proteomics data and applying the results of these methods to problems in computational biology.

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  • Ronald Charles Beavis (better known professionally as Ron Beavis) is a Canadian protein biochemist, who has been involved in the application of mass spectrometry to protein primary structure, with applications in the fields of proteomics and analytical biochemistry. He has developed methods for measuring the identity and post-translational modification state of proteins obtained from biological samples using mass spectrometry. He is currently best known for developing new methods for analyzing proteomics data and applying the results of these methods to problems in computational biology. (en)
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  • Ronald Charles Beavis (better known professionally as Ron Beavis) is a Canadian protein biochemist, who has been involved in the application of mass spectrometry to protein primary structure, with applications in the fields of proteomics and analytical biochemistry. He has developed methods for measuring the identity and post-translational modification state of proteins obtained from biological samples using mass spectrometry. He is currently best known for developing new methods for analyzing proteomics data and applying the results of these methods to problems in computational biology. (en)
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