This instrument uses changes in thermophoretic mobility – the migration of macromolecules into or away from a zone with elevated temperature – to characterize binding reactions. Advantages of this instrument include low sample consumption (ca. 100 microliters of low micromolar protein samples) and speed of measurement (under one hour for 16 point titration curve).
Several pieces of equipment in this facility provide an integrated set of different biophysical approaches for studies of macromolecular structure and interactions. The below instrumentation is available as of April 2016.
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