Applications in Life Science

Pharmaceuticals

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With PureKinetics™ feature for high quality kinetics, MP-SPR is a powerful and sensitive tool for direct measurements of small molecules

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MP-SPR helps you to measure biomembrane interaction kinetics as well as underlying structural changes.

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Whether you develop metal, silica, polymer nanoparticles or work with DNA polyplexes, liposomes, viruses or microvesicles, MP-SPR is an excellent choice for drug delivery studies - from real-time targeting studies to real-time internalization with the same instrument. 
LS_Cells_extra.png MP-SPR enables to move from drug-target measurements, through drug-membrane interactions all the way to drug-cell interactions. Differentiate internalization from permeation in real-time and label-free. Study cell attachment on different coatings.
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Antibody-antigen interaction affinity and kinetic measurements can be performed in diverse liquids including complex liquids such as serum or saliva.

 

Biosensor development

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MP-SPR can be combined with electrochemistry to measure catalytic interactions, electroswitching surfaces and also to develop electrochemical biosensors.  

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From nanoparticle-based competitive assays through electrochemical sensors to direct assays, MP-SPR shows all the steps of your assay may you develop it on top of glass, polymer, silica or metal surfaces! More...

LS_Gas_sensor_development_2.png MP-SPR works also with gas samples - from 2 dalton hydrogen up to vapours. More.. 

Biomaterials and coatings

LS_Biomaterials_extra.png MP-SPR measures interactions on polymers up to 5 µm thick, which makes it the most sensitive label-free technique for biomaterial interaction studies and layer characterization. Therefore, MP-SPR also helps with formulations for controlled drug release, novel coatings for cell and tissue engineering as well as industrial coatings.

 

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