Native Mass Spectrometry and its Application in Structural Biology

23rd of January 2014, 1:30-6 pm, IBS Grenoble

Native Mass Spectrometry is a tool that allows the structural investigation of protein complexes and can be used to investigate biological systems. The mass of proteins can be determined, but also the stoichiometry of an assembly, its stability, dynamic behaviour, conformation, and topological arrangement within a complex. MS Vision has been involved in pioneering this new application field, together with a number of leading European Science groups.
The program highlights some of the latest developments (détails) and the lectures will be followed by a lab tour at the new facility of IBS.

Attending this symposium is free. Please register here..

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