Membrane-protein characterization by MDS – an introduction to applications and workflows

Published on September 16th, 2022

This webinar, the first part of a 2-part mini-webinar series, was presented by Sebastian Fiedler, Head of Applications at Fluidic Analytics.

In the webinar Sebastian covered how the Fluidity One-M could:

  • Introduction to microfluidic diffusional sizing (MDS)
  • How to use MDS in measuring affinity and active concentration of an unpurified target in a complex background
  • Case study on determining affinity and active concentration of an unpurified membrane protein

Book now for Part#2 of our webinar series: Simultaneous measurement of cellular concentration and antibody affinity of HER2 oncoprotein by combining Microfluidic Diffusional Sizing and native nanodiscs

Sebastian is Head of Applications at Fluidic Analytics.

About Sebastian Fielder 

During his PhD in Physical Biochemistry from the University of Potsdam and the Leibniz Institute of Molecular Pharmacology in Berlin, Germany Sebastian investigated how membrane proteins gain and retain their structures.

He then studied GPCR–lipid interactions during his postdoctoral work at the University of Toronto after which he joined the Cancer Research UK–MedImmune Alliance Laboratory to help developing therapeutic antibodies.

Sebastian joined Fluidic Analytics 4 years ago and leads the Applications team being responsible for developing customer-focused assays and workflows.