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Studying protein interactions with mass photometry 
Application Note

Protein-protein interactions and protein complex formation are often multi-step reactions involving multiple species. Mass photometry, a novel analytical method, makes it possible to monitor complex equilibrium formation reactions, and to assess how changes in the chemical environment or protein concentration affect equilibria. Mass photometry directly measures the relative concentrations of all protein populations in a sample, in a single molecule fashion.

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