Probing the structure of nanodiscs using surface-induced dissociation mass spectrometry
AffiliationDepartment of Chemistry and Biochemistry and Bio5 Institute, University of Arizona
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PublisherRoyal Society of Chemistry
CitationHarvey, S. R., VanAernum, Z. L., Kostelic, M. M., Marty, M. T., & Wysocki, V. H. (2020). Probing the structure of nanodiscs using surface-induced dissociation mass spectrometry. Chemical Communications, 56(100), 15651-15654.
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AbstractIn the study of membrane proteins and antimicrobial peptides, nanodiscs have emerged as a valuable membrane mimetic to solubilze these molecules in a lipid bilayer. We present the structural characterization of nanodiscs using native mass spectrometry and surface-induced dissociation, which are powerful tools in structural biology. This journal is © The Royal Society of Chemistry.
Note12 month embargo; first published 17 November 2020
VersionFinal accepted manuscript
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