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Topic Started by guy
on 10/29/2007 18:34 PM   
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Hi all,
Lately I started reading about hydrogen deuterium exchange.
This is a very interesting method to study the structure and dynamics of proteins.
For all who want to learn more about it here is a link to a great web site which helped me understand the method.
http://www.hxms.com/hxms.htm


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