Measuring what really matters: MDS quantifies and characterizes any protein interaction – even in complex backgrounds, even with challenging targets

Published on June 27th, 2022

This webinar was presented by Molly Coseno, Field Application Specialist at Fluidic Analytics.

In the webinar Molly covered how MDS technology accelerates your research through simple but powerful workflows, including how MDS:

  • Allows you to study biomolecular interactions using proteins, peptides, DNA, RNA, or lipids.
  • Measures a wide range of affinities (KD, pM to μM range) and determines the concentration of unknown targets in complex mixtures (nM to μM range).
  • Obtains stoichiometric information to study mechanism of action or target engagement.
  • Works directly in biologically relevant backgrounds such as cell lysates or clinical samples.