NEW Fluidity One-M quantifies protein interactions in a single experiment

08 Oct, 2021 | New products
NEW Fluidity One-M quantifies protein interactions in a single experiment

The new Fluidity One-M system offers the latest technology for the purpose of quantifying and characterising protein interactions – even in complex backgrounds or with challenging targets, in a single experiment.

It uses Microfluidic Diffusional Sizing (MDS) – a fundamentally new way of determining affinity (KD), size, concentration, and stoichiometric information when proteins interact with DNA, lipids, or other proteins.

Fluidity One-M highlights:

  • Uses microfluidic diffusional sizing (MDS) technology to measure changes in molecular size (hydrodynamic radius) as binding events occur
  • Enables development of customised protocols to study a wide range of interactions – typical run time 35 minutes for 24 datapoints to determine KD
  • Eliminates risk of binding artefacts or other surface constraints – measure directly in solution – no surface immobilisation
  • Minimises consumption of precious samples – 3.5 μL per datapoint (application dependent), 50-80 μL to determine KD

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