InfographicThe cost of poor quality protein
This infographic explores what is meant by "protein quality" - and where it can cause problems in research.
Application noteQuantitation of low Tryptophan and Tyrosine peptides using the Fluidity One
UV absorbance is commonly used as a fast method for protein and peptide quantitation, however samples must contain tryptophan (Trp) or tyrosine (Tyr) residues to be detected. Here we demonstrate the ability of the Fluidity One to assess the concentration of a range of samples which have low or no Trp and Tyr content.
BlogHow does the Fluidity One compare to UV-Vis spectrophotometers in testing the concentration of proteins?
UV-vis absorbance testing is a popular method for rapid testing of protein concentration with only a small sample volume needed. Here we compare this method to Microfluidic Diffusional Sizing (MDS), as used on the Fluidity One, to see how the workflow, accuracy, test method, range and limitations compare.
BlogWhat analytical laboratory methods are available for protein quantification? How do they compare?
Quantification is an essential part of protein analysis and quality control. Here we look at the various approaches for protein quantification, their advantages, and their limitations.