• Blog10 October 2019

    Webinar: Measuring affinity of difficult protein targets with MDS: Q&A session

    Don't worry if you missed our webinar about measuring the affinity of challenging protein targets we have transcribed the Q&A session in this blog for your convenience. Here, Dr Devenish answers your questions about Microfluidic Diffusional Sizing and explains the advantages it has over other biophysical methods that the measure binding affinity of protein interactions.

  • Blog09 October 2019

    Q&A session from BSI 2019

    Fluidic Analytics is proud to be a part of the first French congress of Structural Integrative Biology (BSI-2019), hosted at Paul Sabatier University in Toulouse. In this blog we have transcribed the Q&A part of the presentation that we gave on 8th October.

  • Blog14 August 2019

    Getting to the heart of the matter: GPCRs as therapeutic targets for heart failure

    In this blog post we cover the functions of key GPCRs in the heart and how they are now being targeted for therapeutic treatments to reduce the impact of coronary heart disease

  • Blog04 July 2019

    The Protein Society Symposium 2019 roundup

    In this blog post we showcase videos of authors taking us through their poster presentations and highlight key papers from the talks from our favourite seven topics.

  • Blog03 July 2019

    Affinity vs Avidity- What's the difference?

    In this blog post we will be delving into the differences between affinity and avidity

  • Blog24 May 2019

    5 great reads: Protein-protein interactions and disease

    Here are five of our favorite recent publications, highlighting both the role of protein-protein interactions in disease and how the characterization of these interactions may allow the development of new therapeutic strategies.

  • Blog06 February 2019

    Born Slippy; Protein-Lipid interactions around the human body

    There are many proteins which interact with lipids in vivo, in complex relationships that have crucial impacts on organism health. These are often thought of as disease causing, but can also play roles in normal biochemical functions. Here are some examples of protein-lipid interactions from around the human body, which play a part in healthy activity in cells.