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Temperature-Dependant Circular Dichroism Spectroscopy Measurements

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Hidden Costs of NanoDSF Ownership

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Optimising Circular Dichroism Measurements

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Exclusive Sales Agent in India

Applied Photophysics Partners with Toshniwal Brothers Private Limited to Expand Reach of Biophysical Characterisation Instruments in India.

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Colorado Protein Stability Conference

5th-8th August 2024, Colorado, United States Of America

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Applied Photophysics of Leatherhead, Surrey, UK, is a leading provider of solutions for the biophysical characterisation of biomolecules and has been providing spectroscopy to the research community for over 50 years. Chirascan™ systems use the phenomenon of circular dichroism (CD) to characterise changes in the higher-order structure of proteins. These systems are used in cutting-edge research and to support the development of innovator drugs and biosimilars in the biopharmaceutical industry.

The company’s SX range of stopped-flow spectrometers is acknowledged globally as the gold standard for kinetic studies of fast biochemical reactions. Through a joint venture with Fluorescence Innovations Inc of Minneapolis, MN, USA, operating as Protein Stable, we have also introduced easy-to-use high-throughput protein stability screening with microplate-based intrinsic fluorescence thermal ramping and chemical melt plate readers.