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Macromolecular Structure Determination without Crystallization
Technology Description This technology describes ways to determine 3D protein structure at atomic-resolution without crystallization and protein purification through laser-induced orientation of individual macromolecules.Features & Benefits No protein crystallization required so works for membrane proteinsNo derivatization of sample needed to s...
Published: 5/17/2016   |   Inventor(s): Joseph Beckman, Wei Kong, Valery Voinov, William Freund
Keywords(s): Research Tools
Category(s): Chemistry, Device, Engineering, Research Tools
5th Amendment to A Radio-Frequency-Free Hybrid Electrostatic/ Magnetostatic Cell for Transporting, Trapping, and Dissociating Ions in Mass Spectrometers - Internal Electron Source Configurations
Technology Description Most commercial tandem mass spectrometers analyze proteins through collision-induced dissociation (CID) for the fragmentation stage. While practical and robust, CID has low interpretation efficiency. This technology describes a novel way of protein analysis by coupling a thermionic electron source and electron-capture-dissoci...
Published: 5/17/2016   |   Inventor(s): Joseph Beckman, Valery Voinov, Douglas Barofsky
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Category(s): Diagnostics
A radio-frequency-free simple to make retrofittable liquid chromatography compatible hybrid ECD/CID cell for mass spectrometry analysis
Technology Description Most commercial tandem mass spectrometers analyze proteins through collision-induced dissociation (CID) for the fragmentation stage. While practical and robust, CID has low interpretation efficiency. This technology describes a novel way of protein analysis by coupling a thermionic electron source and electron-capture-dissoci...
Published: 5/16/2016   |   Inventor(s): Max Deinzer, Douglas Barofsky, Valery Voinov, Joseph Beckman
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Category(s): Chemistry, Device, Diagnostics, Engineering, Imaging, Medical Devices, Nanoscience & Microtechnologies, Physical Science, Research Tools
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