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native mass spectrometry

Native mass spectrometry (native MS) is defined as the process whereby large biomolecules and complexes thereof can be transferred from a three-dimensional, functional existence in a condensed liquid phase to the gas phase via the process of electrospray ionization mass spectrometry (ESI-MS). The experimental conditions where this is possible are so mild that non-covalent interactions, the native state and the associated biological action and functionality of the molecule/complex are largely preserved.

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