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Exploring Protein Stability by nanoDSF

nanoDSF determines thermal and chemical protein stability with ultra-high resolution and with unmatched reproducibility. The detection of the intrinsic tryptophan and tyrosin fluorescence enables measurements at close-to-native conditions in any buffer, even in the presence of detergents. nanoDSF is applied in antibody engineering, membrane protein research, formulation and quality control.
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