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Exploring oligomerization and stoichiometry of protein complexes with multi-angle light scattering Exploring oligomerization and stoichiometry of protein complexes with multi-angle light scattering

An essential step in understanding many novel biological pathways is the identification and characterization of functional protein-protein complexes. SEC-MALS characterizes oligomeric states of protein homo- and hetero-complexes, and complements different structural methods to drive fundamental discoveries.

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