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Best Practices for Large Molecule Kinetic Assays on the Octet System

Label-free analytical technologies such as the Octet® system provide a powerful means to obtain information about biomolecular binding interactions and kinetics, key components of a drug-target interaction. However, there are many practical considerations involved in producing consistent, high quality kinetic binding profiles from biological samples. In this webinar, we will review large molecule kinetic analysis on Octet platform and discuss tips, techniques and considerations for developing and running successful kinetic characterization assays and interpreting results.

Type of Event: On-Demand Webinars
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Language: English

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