Integrating mass spectrometry and cryo electron microscopy for structural biology

The latest issue of Science Magazine contains a collection of articles on integrative structural biology, sponsored by Thermo Scientific, one of the world’s leading manufacturers of mass spectrometers and electron microscopes.

The collection features articles about the roles of mass spectrometry and cryo electron microscopy as complementary techniques in structural biology. It includes a recent Science paper by Joost Snijder on the biological clock of cyanobacteria, as well as an interview with his PhD advisor Albert Heck, discussing the role of mass spec in solving the structure of one of the worlds most ancient biological time-keeping mechanisms.

The collection contains many additional articles that are of interest to clients of Snijder Bioscience and can be accessed for free following this link.

Are you interested to adopt mass spectrometry or cryo electron microscopy in your research? Contact Snijder Bioscience for a free introductory consult.

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