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Collision-induced Dissociation of Alkali-metal Cationized and Permethylated Oligosaccharides - Influence of the Collision Energy and of the Collision Gas for the Assignment of Linkage Position

Bibliographic reference Lemoine, J. ; Fournet, B. ; Despeyroux, D. ; Jennings, KR. ; Rosenberg, R. ; et. al. Collision-induced Dissociation of Alkali-metal Cationized and Permethylated Oligosaccharides - Influence of the Collision Energy and of the Collision Gas for the Assignment of Linkage Position. In: Journal of the American society for mass spectrometry, Vol. 4, no. 3, p. 197-203 (1993)
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