Comprehensive new e-book demonstrates the value of using Microfluidic Modulation Spectroscopy (MMS) to characterize the secondary structure of proteins.
An introduction to next generation infrared (IR) analytical technology for better, faster decision-making, from discovery to market.
Learn how MMS works and how it compares with alternative spectroscopic tools for measuring the secondary structure of proteins. See what you could achieve with an instrument that characterizes the higher order structure of proteins with high sensitivity and high repeatability, across a wide dynamic range. Find out how simple, automated MMS measurements will integrate with your existing analytical workflows. Examine real-world case studies that demonstrate the value of MMS for aggregation, quantitation, stability, structure, and similarity studies.
This comprehensive e-book makes it easy to assess the full potential of MMS for protein characterization. It explains how MMS works, how it compares with alternative methods and how it generates actionable data with speed and efficiency. Measurements of the secondary structure of proteins are vital from discovery through to drug release. This new e-book examines why and includes multiple case studies demonstrating the credentials of MMS for biopharmaceutical development.
'We believe [MMS] can play a significant role in the protein characterization technology toolkit, overcoming shortcomings in existing techniques…'
Excerpt from a quote from the e-book, from a Professor of Bioengineering
Find out everything you need to know to assess the value of MMS for your lab.
- fast and automated measurement is, and how easily it would slot into your existing workflows
- to measure previously undetectable changes in protein structure
- advanced data analytics optimize the generation of unambiguous information about protein structure
- others are already using this next generation technology to accelerate the formulation and development of biotherapeutics.