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Study non-covalent complexes protein-small ligand.

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Default Study non-covalent complexes protein-small ligand.



hi,
i have to study non-covalent interactions between protein (about 87 kDa) and small ligands.

I know that my ligands bind a protein and i would like to study the interaction (NON covalent) by Mass Spectrometry.

Someone can help me?

i HAVE IN MY LAB: Maldi-tof, Q-TOF Premier Waters, LCQ-Thermo, QqQ Applied.

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