Native Mass Spectrometry as a Drug Discovery Engine

Published

April 7, 2022

Native Mass Spectrometry as a Drug Discovery Engine

Using mass spectrometry to characterise and screen large intact protein targets, captured directly in their native state, is making waves as a differentiated approach to hit finding in drug discovery, explains Dr Jonathan T.S. Hopper, founder and VP of Platforms at OMass Therapeutics…

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