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A new and dedicated protein characterization section added
Malvern Instruments has added a new and dedicated protein characterization section to its website. This new section provides comprehensive information about the use and applications of light scattering techniques in protein studies and will be a valuable resource for anyone working in this field.
Detailed narratives and case studies provide information about crystal screening, protein melting point measurement and protein formulation stability, together with an explanation of hydrodynamic radius and the measurement of absolute molecular weight. A wide range of freely downloadable audiovisual presentations delivers seminars to the visitor's desktop, and an extensive selection of fully accessible application notes provides in-depth examples of the use and applications of light scattering techniques.
Since its launch in 2003, Malvern's Zetasizer Nano particle characterization system, which uses both dynamic and static light scattering technologies, has become widely adopted for the study of proteins. It is now the method of choice in many laboratories for screening proteins prior to crystallization.
Malvern's new protein pages can be accessed directly at www.malvern.co.uk/proteins or click 'Proteins' in the 'Industry Solutions' menu on the Malvern home page at www.malvern.co.uk.
About Malvern Instruments
Malvern Instruments is a leading supplier of analytical solutions for particle characterization and rheological applications. Advanced technologies are combined with robust mechanical designs and comprehensive software to provide systems that measure material characterization data (size distribution, particle shape, zeta potential, molecular weight) and bulk material properties. On-line, at-line and off-line solutions are provided to meet QA/QC, control and development applications across a diverse range of industries. An extensive support service facilitates the optimal design and exploitation of any given system.
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