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The success rate for protein- or RNA/DNA-ligand co-crystallization can be significantly improved by performing preliminary biophysical analyses. Among suitable biophysical approaches, isothermal titration calorimetry (ITC) is certainly a method of ch...
Este seminario ofrecerá una introducción general a la medición del tamaño de partícula mediante difracción láser. Vamos a introducir la técnica de difracción láser, así como algunos de los principios básicos de la granulometría.
Esto incluirá una v...
If you’ve got a rotational rheometer question and don’t know who to ask then this webinar is for you!
Our very own rheology guru Chuck Rohn will be answering ten of the most common questions he has been asked over his long career in the field of rh...
High alcohol based aniseed drinks (e.g. Absinthe, Ouzo, Raki, Sambuca) form a milky emulsion when water is added to them - the so-called Ouzo (or louche) effect. Adding alcohol to this emulsion recovers the clear solution. The size distribution is in...
Realize the maximum potential of your polymer using unsurpassed characterization of molecular weight and structure using OMNISEC – our latest gel permeation chromatography / size exclusion chromatography system.
Dr. Mark Pothecary, Product Manager, ...
MicroCal PEAQ-ITC live launch 9am GMT
(March 3 2015)
(Webinar - Live)
(Webinar - Recorded)
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