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Applying complementary particle techniques for assessing comparability and biosimilarity of therapeutic products Webinar - Live (English)

Significant advances have been made in analytical technology for the characterization and identification of particles present in pharmaceutical products. With these advances comes a tremendous amount of new data with which to characterize biologics, ...

Product:
Archimedes,Zetasizer range,Viscotek SEC-MALS,Morphologi G3-ID,NanoSight range
Date:
September 20 2016
Language:
English


The Power of Heat: Digging Deeper with Differential Scanning Calorimetry to Study Key Protein Characteristics Webinar - Live (English)

Differential Scanning Calorimetry (DSC) has a long history of playing a vital role in biopharmaceutical development. From candidate selection to formulation development, stability monitoring and bio-similarity assessment, DSC remains one of the top a...

Product:
MicroCal DSC range
Date:
August 16 2016
Language:
English


How Do I Verify My Zeta Potential Instrument? FAQ

Electrophoretic light scattering (ELS) or zeta potential instruments use first principles in their measurement protocol. They cannot therefore, be calibrated. However, they can be verified that they are operating correctly, by measuring a suitable zeta potential standard.



How Do I Dilute My Samples For Zeta Potential Measurements? FAQ

Samples for zeta potential measurements need to be optically clear and may require dilution. The way in which the dilution is performed is absolutely critical in determining the zeta potential value measured.



What is Multiple Scattering? FAQ

Multiple scattering refers to the phenomenon where photons scattered from the sample are re-scattered from neighboring particles prior to reaching the instrument detector.


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