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Before delving into the advanced concepts of mass spectrometry, this book presents a discussion of general biophysical concepts related to structure and dynamics of biological macromolecules. It also explores the new MS-based methods for studying higher order structures and biopolymers. The combination of theoretical background and technical aspects of recent developments will give the reader a clear sense of current capabilities and the possible future of experimental MS techniques.
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