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Collection of useful tools and guides, not only for use with our instruments but handy for general protein biochemistry work.
Use our Labeling Calculator Calculator to help with volume and concentration calculations when labeling proteins. While our Hydrodynamic Radius Converter will provide a theoretical relationship between molecular weight (kDa) and hydrodynamic radius (nm)
HullRad enables fast calculations of hydrodynamic radius from structural models that are useful aides in interpreting microfluidic diffusional sizing measurements. It works for folded proteins, intrinsically disordered proteins, nucleic acids, nucleic acid/protein complexes. HullRad is fast and is especially powerful for calculations of ensembles.
Calculator to help with volume and concentration calculations when labeling proteins. Labeled proteins are required when using the Fluidity One-W.
Converter to give an approximate theoretical relationship between molecular weight (kDa) and hydrodynamic radius (nm).
This converter uses the theoretical relationship between hydrodynamic radius and the molecular weight of a protein to be able to convert between the two. This tool can be used to determine the theoretical hydrodynamic radius of your protein or protein complex before running it on the Fluidity One-W or Fluidity One-W Serum to confirm that the practical results are within an expected size range.
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A hydrodynamic radius calculator adapted from work done by PJ Fleming and KG Fleming. Hydrodynamic radius calculations are useful aides in interpreting the microfluidic diffusional sizing (MDS) measurements obtained on Fluidic Analytics instruments. Calculations can be done either by uploading pdb files or by using the pdb ID from RCSB.