NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Researchers at George Mason University have devised a mass spec-based method for identifying contact points involved in protein-protein binding.

Detailed this month in a paper published in Nature Communications, the technique uses dyes bound to the surface of interaction proteins to isolate their binding sites, which can then be analyzed using mass spectrometry.

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