LEAP Technologies and Bruker collaborate on novel HDX solution for protein conformation studies

LEAP Technologies and Bruker collaborate on novel HDX solution for protein conformation studies

June 06, 2016

From Bruker:

Bruker Introduces Novel HDX Solution for Protein Conformation Studies

San Antonio, Texas, June 6, 2016 – At ASMS 2016, Bruker today announced a new Hydrogen Deuterium Exchange (HDX) workflow on Bruker’s new HDX Solution™.  The Bruker HDX Solution enables an automated and reliable HDX-MS workflow combining the LEAP H/D-X PAL™(LEAP Technologies, part of the Trajan family) with Bruker’s market-leading ultra-high mass resolution maXis II ETD UHR-QTOF system, and the Sierra Analytics HDExaminer software. The Bruker HDX Solution delivers correct monoisotopic accurate-mass assignments for quantitative results from H/D ratios, which enables ready access to biomolecular structural insights with greater certainty and confidence.

Read the full announcement at the Bruker website.


Photo from Bruker: Key components of the robotic setup for automatic HX-MS experiments

 




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