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MéCour Custom Designs for the Scripps Research Institute

Posted by Ken Linehan

GROVELAND, MA, USA; August 8, 2006 - MéCour contructed a custom thermal chamber held at 1.25°C as part a a three-valve unit for the Scripps Research Institute. The unit will control the mobile-phase flow paths such that on-line protein digestion, peptide desalting, and reversed-phase HPLC separation are performed prior to infusion into the ESI ion source of the mass spectrometer.

Download the PDF format of the Scripps Institute whitepaper by clicking on the title: “Probing Protein Ligand Interactions by Automated Hydrogen/Deuterium Exchange Mass Spectrometry”

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