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MicroCal instruments are powerful, analytical tools used to study biological systems. These include interactions between molecules as well as changes in conformation such as protein unfolding. The technique is very convenient requiring only minimal assay development and NO labelling. The range includes both Differential Scanning and Isothermal Titration calorimetry.
MicroCal systems are used in a wide range of applications from basic research to the discovery and development of small molecule drugs, biotherapeutics and vaccines. Our customers include pharmaceutical, biotech, academic and governmental research institutions worldwide.
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Guest Presenter: Dr. Martin Andersson, Director Protein Science, Sprint Bioscience, Stockholm, Sweden
Sprint Bioscience have established a fragment-based drug discovery (FBDD) platform with disciplines ranging from protein production, fragment scree...
User manual for the MicroCal Auto-ITC200 instrument
Operating instructions for the MicroCal Auto-ITC200 instrument
Operating instructions for the MicroCal VP-Capillary DSC instrument
Operating instructions for the MicroCal VP-DSC instrument
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