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Raman spectroscopy is an established spectroscopic technique for measuring the chemical identity and structure of materials across many industries, including pharmaceuticals, fine chemicals, minerals and foods.
Raman spectroscopy has a very high chemical specificity and is routinely used to differentiate between different polymorphs of the same compound for example. When used in conjunction with static image analysis it provides a powerful means of measuring the chemical identity of individually dispersed particles within a sample.
Applications of this technique include:
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Overview of the simultaneous and complementary use of DLS combined with Raman spectroscopy to characterize protein size and structural changes and stability
Use of combined DLS and Raman spectroscopy to investigate the evolution of aggregation and the unfolding process of BSA under thermal stress.
Use of DLS combined with Raman spectroscopy simultaneously monitors both the colloidal and conformational stability of a template monoclonal antibody (mAb) and a modified monoclonal antibody (mmAb) and provides significant insights into the mechanist...
Establishment of the upper and lower practical concentration boundaries for a protein sample examined using DLS combined with Raman spectroscopy, to study molecular size and structure.
Use of DLS combined with Raman spectroscopy to monitor changes in secondary and tertiary protein structural markers together with size changes to more fully understand the unfolding behavior of lysozyme and other proteins.
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