Proteins typically fold into well-defined tertiary structures and interact with other proteins to form homo- and hetero-oligomers to accomplish their physiological functions. These functions have implications on health and disease, but are also relevant for biotechnology applications. This generates significant interest in protein structure analysis, and in methods that can rapidly provide structural information for a diverse set of protein samples.
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- Reveal structural information for protein samples of varying complexity
- Boost the identification rate for crosslinked peptides
- Allow for enrichment of crosslinked peptides
For Research Use Only. Not for use in clinical diagnostic procedures.