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Native mass spectrometry (MS), the analysis of proteins and protein complexes from solutions that stabilize native solution structures, is a rapidly expanding area. There is strong evidence supporting the retention of proteins' native folds in the absence of solvent under the experimental timescales of MS experiments. Therefore, instrumentation has been developed to use gas-phase native-like protein ions to exploit the speed, sensitivity, and selectivity of mass spectrometry approaches to solve emerging problems in structural biology. This article reviews some of the recent advances and applications in gas-phase instrumentation for structural proteomics. Copyright © 2021 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.


Ian K Webb. Recent technological developments for native mass spectrometry. Biochimica et biophysica acta. Proteins and proteomics. 2022 Jan;1870(1):140732

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PMID: 34653668

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