An alternative solid phase ChIP affinity matrix

Chromatin immunoprecipitation is an important technique in the study of DNA/protein interactions

Cryptococcus' affinity for brains

Highly dangerous Cryptococcus fungi love sugar and will consume it anywhere because it helps them reproduce. In particular, they thrive on a sugar called inositol which is abundant in the human brain and spinal cord.

Faster access to high affinity antibody drug candidates

MorphoSys AG has unveiled a multi-year technology development programme which will lead to a significantly enhanced version of its antibody generation platform.

Affinity chromatography is vital to protein research and development

Because they are derived from living organisms, biological products present a potential source of pathogens. By John M. Curling.

Affinity chromatography is focal point in proteomics techniques

John Curling reports on the use of affinity chromatography in protein research and development.

Locked nucleic acid ­ high affinity nucleic acid analogues

Locked nucleic acid (LNA) forms exceptionally thermostabile duplexes with complementary DNA and RNA and has the potential to improve current in vitro DNA diagnostic technologies and therapeutic drug development. Report by Jan Skouv, Henrik Ørum and Mogens Havsteen Jakobsen.

Determining equilibrium affinity and stoichiometry in solution via light scattering

Sophia Kenrick and Daniel Some look at efficient automation of composition-gradient multi-angle light scattering measurements for quantifying protein-protein interactions





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