Type of Publication
Year of Publication
2013
Authors

J. Ahn; S.John Skilton; K. Yu

Abstract

The higher-order structure (HOS) of a protein (secondary, tertiary, and quaternary structure) is important for proper biological function. Analytically measuring the HOS properties of a biotherapeutic and understanding the relationships between structure and function are important, because they directly influence a drug's efficacy and safety. This article looks at how hydrogen-deuterium exchange mass spectrometry (HDX-MS), an MS-based labelling approach, has begun to serve as a means for performing routine biophysical analysis.

Volume

26

Notes

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Pagination

344-+

Number
6
ISSN Number

1471-6577