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Electron transfer dissociation of a melectin peptide: correlating the precursor ion structure with peptide backbone dissociations



Electron transfer dissociation of a melectin peptide: correlating the precursor ion structure with peptide backbone dissociations



Collection of Czechoslovak Chemical Communications 76(4): 295-309




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DOI: 10.1135/cccc2011025


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