Detect mass changes at the sensor surface with nanoscale resolution using QSense QCM-D

28 Nov, 2021 | Newsletters
Detect mass changes at the sensor surface with nanoscale resolution using QSense QCM-D
Recently Biolin Scientific hosted two days of educational seminars on the topic of Quartz Crystal Microbalance with Dissipation monitoring (QCM-D), a real-time, surface sensitive technique for analysing surface-interactions, thin film formation and layer properties. If you were unable to attend or want to watch the talks once more, no worries. We have collected the presentations for you!   

Data Modeling in Dfind
Get insights into QSense Dfind modeling tools using a protein analysis example. Fredrik Pettersson is a Senior Application Scientist at Biolin Scientific.

Get started with Dfind
A guide through the basic settings, functions, and possibilities of the QSense Dfind analysis software. Patricia Passanesi is an Application Scientist at Biolin Scientific.
Biomembrane Models and Interactions 
Marité Cárdenas is a Professor in Biomedical Science at Malmö University, discusses lipid-protein/DNA interactions and the characterisation of their structures in solution and at interfaces.

Carbohydrate-presenting rSAM Surface as a Sensitive Platform for QCM-D Detection of Multivalent Lectins
Dr. Adam Tillo discusses QCM-D technique for investigation of interactions between bacterial proteins and chemically modified surfaces.  

QCM-D Characterisation of Antimicrobial Lipid Interactions with Supported Lipid Bilayers: Towards Antiviral Applications.
A/Prof Jackman from Sungkyunkwan University (SKKU) leads the Translational Nanobioscience lab, focused on characterising interactions of biomacromolecules with biological systems.
Application of Quartz Crystal Microbalance with Dissipation Monitoring to Understand the Early Stages of Platelets Activation
Ms. Derszniak, Ph.D. candidate in Medical and Health Sciences, conducts blood platelets research at the Jagiellonian University in Krakow.
QCM-D Study of the Adsorption of Nanospheres and Proteins onto Surfaces and its Implications for Drug Release
A/Prof Murthy uses QCM-D and X-ray scattering to study the conformation changes and their biological interactions when proteins are adsorbed onto various substrates.
Leveraging the QCM-D Technique for Efficient Food Ingredients Encapsulation to Improve Bioavailability
Dr. Younas Dadmohammadi field of interest forges much-needed connections between engineering, food, and life science.
High-pressure High-temperature QCM-D to Study Fouling in Milk Processing
Ms. Holly Huellermeier, Ph.D. candidate Ohio State University, studies the mechanisms of fouling and cleaning during thermal milk processing. 
Using QCM-D to Study the Recognition of Molecularly Imprinted Polymer Particles Toward their Target Proteins
Dr. NGO research interests concern affinity technology, hybrid materials, and molecularly imprinted polymers for protein recognition in biomedical applications.
QSense Technology Introduction
Get a quick overview of the QSense technology and solutions from the Global Product Manager for QSense, Eva Ekerot.
Experimental Tips and Tricks
Learn best practices for generating high-quality QCM-D data – from preparation and set-up to running the experiment.  
Our Instrument Selector is a great tool to find the top choices of QCM-D for your research. Just answer a few questions to get going. Once you are done, you can easily request a quote for the configuration you are interested in or share it with a colleague!