Colorado Protein Stability Conference
Meet with us at the Colorado Protein Stability Conference July 29, 2019 - Thursday, August 01, 2019 to see the AQS3pro. Powered by Microfluidic Modulation Spectroscopy (MMS), the AQS3pro ramps up the sensitivity, dynamic range and accuracy of IR spectroscopy and is designed for five key measurements: aggregation, quantitation, stability, similarity, structure.
- MMS provides drift-free, background subtracted, high sensitivity measurements of the protein secondary structure across four decades of concentration—from 0.1 to over 200 mg/mL.
- Automated multi-sample analysis for walk away operation
- High sensitivity to see change reproducibly at high precision
- The widest concentration range to characterize biotherapeutics
- Analytical software that easily transitions data into insight
Protein stability is important in numerous disciplines, ranging from basic and medical biochemistry to pharmaceutical sciences. However, it is rare that researchers from all of the relevant areas can join together to discuss the critical issues in the field. Since 1994 the Colorado Protein Stability Conferences have provided unique opportunities for this exchange of information. The topics to be covered at the 25th Anniversary Conference in 2019 include: protein folding, dynamics, stability and self-assembly; amyloidosis and protein aggregation; and stability, formulation, analysis and processing of therapeutic proteins. This makes it a perfect place for us to showcase our new AQS3pro.
Can’t make it? Then register for our literature and we will send you our posters.