Can the Fluidity One distinguish between monomers, dimers, higher oligomers and aggregates?

The Fluidity One allows you to identify whether polymerization or aggregation has occurred, by a change in the hydrodynamic radius (Rh), but it cannot determine precisely which oligomers or aggregates are present in a sample or how much of each is present. This is because the detection chemistry used labels total protein and the average Rh is reported.

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