Albert J.R. Heck | Authors


High-Resolution Native Mass Spectrometry Opens the Door for Detailed Analyses of Intact Protein Complexes

Native mass spectrometry, the method by which noncovalent protein complexes are retained in the gas phase for intact mass analysis, is gaining interest as a method for intact protein characterization. The development of a modified orbital ion trap platform for high-resolution analyses has expanded the role of native mass spectrometry to address the challenges of intact protein characterization.