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Inkjet technology and the printing flexibility it offers is enabling a rapid growth in industrial and commercial inkjet printing. Modern inkjet print heads can be designed and configured to print on many different substrates, and can prod...
Polymeric materials are the most studied of all rheological materials and polymeric solutions in particular are perhaps the most interesting. They are ubiquitous in every-day life and play an important role in applications ranging from joint lubricat...
The characterization of subvisible particles is highly relevant for the development of biopharmaceuticals to ensure quality and safety of a therapy. The expectations by the authorities are increasing, which makes it necessary to include analytical me...
Proteins are complex amphiphilic molecules that can take up different configurations depending on their structure and environment. This can lead to aggregation and gelation which may or may not be favorable depending on the application. I...
Isothermal titration calorimetry (ITC) is a label free technique for measuring the affinity, stoichiometry and thermodynamics of an interaction. It requires minimal sample preparation and delivers high quality affinity data in a fast, una...
The roles of nanoparticles in therapeutic protein aggregation pathways
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