We recently added a FTIR spectrometer with the latest technology. FTIR is a powerful probe to analyze protein secondary structures and conformational dynamics. FTIR microscopy can also be employed to determine if particles encountered during process/formulation development are proteins or not.
Our company presentation at WCBP Conference, Colorado Protein Stability Conference, 2009, and Bioprocess International Beijing Conference, 2009.
1. Structural Characterizations of Monoclonal Antibody Aggregates by Vibrational Spectroscopic Techniques.
2. Effect of Pegylation on Protein Aggregate Formation during Formulation Development and Its Implication for the Development of Me-Better Protein Therapeutics.
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