In-depth structural and mechanistic analysis of biomolecular complexes is crucial for modern life sciences. Here we give an overview on hydrogendeuterium exchange mass spectrometry (HDX-MS) as an attractive tool to study the dynamic and structural features of proteins and their complexes.
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