Why measuring in solution matters: antibody interactions with amyloid species

Published on May 11th, 2022

This webinar was presented by Sebastian Fiedler, Lead Application Scientist at Fluidic Analytics.

In the webinar Sebastian covered how the Fluidity One-M was used by Lund University, Sweden to “obtain unique information that could not have been obtained with other technologies*” including how our technology:

  • Determine affinity of interaction (KD), size, and stoichiometry of the complex, all in a single experiment
  • Provide painless characterisation of disordered proteins or higher-order complexes under immobilisation-free conditions
  • Reveal a clear picture of the overall mechanism of action between different species by understanding binding