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Executive Summary

The hydrogen/deuterium-exchange (H/D-Ex) phenomenon is well established as a method for measuring binding interactions between a drug target and a ligand. ExSAR Corp. has developed an automated, rapid, and sensitive H/D-Ex system to rapidly map drug-target interactions in solution, for use in small-molecule drug discovery and also to assist in the stabilization and design of new protein therapeutics.

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