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Offline Nicoyalifesciences

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How to save protein samples in SPR experiments?
« on: 21/04/2016 18:51:26 »
Hey everyone.

I found that some people here are pretty familiar with the surface plasmon resonance concept so I thought of sharing one of my favourite tips - peconcentration! This technique basically allows researchers to use even less ligand when conducting SPR experiments. Since expressing and purifying proteins is time-consuming and purchasing proteins can get expensive, saving as much ligand as you can is always ideal.

Even a lot of our own users were asking us to explain preconcentration, so we put together a blog post to help out. We hope you enjoy  :D

Link: nicoyalife.com/blog/preconcentration-surface-plasmon-resonance


 

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Re: How to save protein samples in SPR experiments?
« Reply #1 on: 21/04/2016 22:54:12 »
hmmm... science-oriented spam? I think I'll let it stay for now, but don't think that this forum is a place to advertise for your blog...
 

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Re: How to save protein samples in SPR experiments?
« Reply #2 on: 04/05/2016 20:16:02 »
Hi Chiral,

Thanks for the headsup, I hope the blog will prove to be useful for some folks on this forum who are familiar with SPR.

Cheers.
 

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Re: How to save protein samples in SPR experiments?
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