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Native Mass Spectrometry Guided Structural Biology

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The Resource for Native Mass Spectrometry Guided Structural Biology (nMS→SB) was established in 2018 with a 6.8M P41 grant from the NIH National Institute of General Medical Sciences. As a national Biomedical Technology Research Resource, our purpose is to develop and disseminate novel technologies throughout the broader biomedical research community. Our mission is to develop improved native MS as a routine tool and disseminate the technology to the biomedical research community through vendor partnerships and training. The Resource will work with investigators across the nation and globe on challenging biomedical projects ranging from viral hemorrhagic fevers and HIV to cataract formation and neurological disorders.

Click on the Native Mass Spectrometry Guided Structural Biology Collection to see resources utilized by the Native Mass Spectrometry Guided Structural Biology Center. Please note that some Native Mass Spectrometry Guided Structural Biology resources are also utilized by the Wysocki Research Group. To see those resources click on that respective collection.

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    Last updated: 2021-03-30T08:44:09.518-04:00

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