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Brochure illustrates its use for protein size and molecular weight measurement, screening for protein crystallization conditions, determining aggregates, and measuring melting points
A new freely downloadable brochure available on the Malvern Instruments website provides extensive information on the many applications of the company's
Zetasizer Nano system for the study of proteins. Detailed information about protein applications is also available on the protein section of the company's website.
Optimized for the characterization of proteins in solution, the Zetasizer Nano features advanced light scattering technology and offers the highest sensitivity and accuracy of any system available. The brochure illustrates its use for protein size and molecular weight measurement, screening for protein crystallization conditions, determining aggregates, and measuring melting points. Also described is the way the system can be used to monitor changes over time, pH and sample concentration, for instance.
The PDF brochure is available here or via www.malvern.co.uk/proteins.
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.
For more information visit www.malvern.co.uk
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