radiation inactivation
The technique of inactivating proteins in freeze dried (lyophilised) preparations using high energy particles (eg. electrons). One high-energy particle can apparently inactivate all of the components of a multisubunit polypeptide; the method is therefore used to determine the molecular weight of functional oligomers.

Dictionary of molecular biology. 2004.

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