FAQ

What is the size range of proteins that can be measured on the Fluidity One?

The Fluidity One can measure proteins with hydrodynamic radii ranging from 0.3 to 20 nm. This corresponds to molecular weights of 100 Da to 9 MDa for folded globular proteins (link to 1.5)

Future instruments under development will be based on the same fundamental technology, which has the potential to go as small as single AAs and as large as multi-subunit complexes such as the human ribosome.

If you would like to discuss your protein or application of interest and how the Fluidity One might fit in your workflow please contact us to discuss further.

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