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Top-Down characterization of a site-specific antibody-drug conjugate

In addition, we show that the technique can pinpoint sites of oxidation resulting from oxidative stress. Finally, learn about advances in automated software processing that easily map the protein structure and provide confirmation of sequence coverage and process induced modifications.

Join experts from University of Strasbourg and Thermo Fisher Scientific to learn about the latest technology, software and research applications for this highly promising technique.

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  1. Learn how high top or middle-down sequence coverage can obtained by combining multiple modes of fragmentation.
  2. Learn about new innovations in mass spectrometry and data processing software for top or middle-down characterisation.
  3. Learn how middle-down experiments could be a valuable alternative assay to peptide mapping for fast amino acid sequence confirmation.

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