Sponsored Presentation and Instrument Demonstrations
Studies Of Molecular Interaction Using MicroScale Thermophoresisand Stability Characterization Using nanoDSF
Wyatt Strutz, Senior Applications Specialist
NanoTemper Technologies Inc, San Francisco CA
Tuesday March 7 at 10:00 am
Khorana Auditorium, Rm 175 Biochemistry Laboratories
Demonstrations will be held in
4420 Hector F Deluca Biochemical Sciences Bldg
on March 7 & 8
For those interested in running sample during the demonstrations (either the thermophoresis instruments or the
nanoDSC), registration forms are available from email@example.com
MicroScale Thermophoresis is a versatile technique for quantitative molecular interaction characterization that does not require immobilization. Its applications range from small molecule screening to macromolecular complex assemblies.
nanoDSF is a powerful method to assess conformational and colloidal stability. It is a label free technology thatuses NanoTemper’s patented capillary technology to harness intrinsic protein fluorescence for unparalleled mapping of protein unfolding and aggregation. Applications include membrane protein detergent screening, cryo-EM sample optimization and formulation stability characterization
For those interested in participating in the demonstrations, there are a limited number of spots available on both Thermophoresis instruments (one uses intrinsic protein fluorescence, the other a dye) and the nanoDSC. Registration forms with more details and to be completed by the user are available from firstname.lastname@example.org to be returned to email@example.com. Technical inquiries should also be directed to Wyatt.