QCM-D Used to Study Virus Interactions and to Gain Insights Useful in Drug Development
26 Oct, 2020 | Newsletters
|QSense QCM-D is a surface-sensitive technology which has been used to analyse biomolecular interactions for two decades. By monitoring mass, thickness and viscoelastic properties of surface adhering layers, this method can detect and monitor adsorption, molecular binding, and structural changes such as crosslinking in real-time. QCM-D has shed light on several different viruses (e.g. Norovirus, Poxvirus, Rotavirus, Herpesvirus, Ebola, Hepatitis C and Zika virus) and aspects of virus behaviour with the aim to develop antiviral therapies.|
Below we show examples of research where QCM-D has been used to study viruses.
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