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MP-SPR allows us to work with living cell monolayer grown directly on the sensor surface or with the aid of e.g. fibronectin and other growth promoting proteins.

With MP-SPR, we are able to observe and quantify the differences in cell uptake kinetics of nanoparticles in dependence with the surface characteristics of the nanoparticle and their targeting.

Prof. Tapani Viitala University of Helsinki, Finland

The fact that the BioNavis instruments acquire the full angular spectra, including the total internal reflection angle in both air and liquids, is absolutely essential for our research on characterizing polymer brushes and other thin hydrated films.

Dr. Andreas Dahlin Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden

The instrument we have been using for studying and testing antifouling materials provides unique kinetic information on a functional surface during adsorption and degradation processes, making it an important and indispensable tool in my lab.

Prof. Guangzhao Zhang South China University of Technology, China

As an analytical tool, MP-SPR technology has a great potential and has been an invaluable asset to our laboratories. Thanks to innovative multi-parametric SPR and multi-wavelength detection, we manage to explore challenging fields of biosensing and biophysical research. The technique has provided us with precise characterization of lipid membranes and successful development of live cell-based assays. We have been using the MP-SPR instrument since 2017 and we can always count on BioNavis team for professional support on technical and scientific matters.

Prof. Hatice Altug École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland

MP-SPR is designed carefully so that the users can not only determine basic parameters efficiently but easily access to the deeper information for further analysis. Also, the appearance of the instrument is my favorite!

Yuzuru Shimazaki Hitachi Ltd, Japan

It is essential for us to decouple the contribution of hydration and bound water for quantification of adsorbed mass, layer thickness, etc.

Prof. Orlando Rojas University of British Columbia, Canada, and Aalto University, Finland