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Quickly Screen Peptides, Proteins and Nanoparticles for Size and Aggregation Using Advanced Methods

November 14, 2017

8:00 a.m. PST / 11:00 a.m. EST / 16:00 GMT / 17:00 CET

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Overview

 

Dynamic Light Scattering (DLS) is the most widely employed technique for size and polydispersity measurement in protein, polymer, and nanoparticle research. Traditionally, DLS has been limited to measuring a single sample at one time in a cuvette, but the DLS Plate Reader from Wyatt breaks through this limitation by measuring entire well plates of samples at one time. This expanded measurement capacity combined with small volume requirement and flexible, custom experiment design enable analyses that were not previously possible.

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Key Learning Objectives:

 

• The kinds of experiments and analyses enabled by automated, high-throughput DLS

• Examples of aggregate or contaminant detection with DLS

• Examples of stability assessment with DLS

• The analytical capabilities of Wyatt's high-throughput DLS Plate Reader III

Who Should Attend:

 

• DLS users who need higher throughput or are unsatisfied with current DLS capabilities

• Researchers measuring protein and colloidal stability

• Formulation scientists who need screening capabilities

 

Speaker

 
Dr. Mark Spears Jr., Ph.D.,
Applications Scientist
Wyatt Technology
 

Moderator

 
Linda Wang,
Senior Editor,
C&EN
 

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