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(Fourier Transform Infrared)

Elevate Your Research with FTIR Spectroscopy. Our Fourier Transform Infrared (FTIR) spectroscopy services offer precise molecular insights for biotech, pharmaceuticals, and materials science. Discover the power of FTIR for breakthroughs in research and development.

FTIR (Fourier Transform Infrared)


Welcome to the forefront of molecular analysis at HTL Biosolutions, Inc. Our Fourier Transform Infrared (FTIR) Spectroscopy services are meticulously designed to cater to the unique requirements of the biotechnology sector, offering transformative insights.

Fourier Transform Infrared (FTIR) Spectroscopy is a powerful analytical technique that employs infrared light to interact with a sample. Here's how it works:

  1. IR Interaction: IR light is directed onto the sample, and specific chemical bonds within the sample absorb IR light at unique frequencies.

  2. Transmission and Detection: The remaining IR light passes through the sample and is detected.

  3. Fourier Transformation: The detected signal undergoes a mathematical process known as Fourier transformation, creating an FTIR spectrum with distinctive peaks.

  4. Chemical Information: These peaks provide information about the sample's molecular composition, including its chemical bonds and functional groups.


In summary, FTIR spectroscopy works by measuring the interaction of IR light with a sample, where specific chemical bonds and vibrations absorb IR energy. The resulting FTIR spectrum provides detailed information about the sample's chemical composition and structure. FTIR spectroscopy unveils critical information about chemical structures, functional groups, and molecular bonds.

Applications of FTIR


In the dynamic landscape of biotechnology, precision and innovation are paramount. FTIR spectroscopy is highly versatile and used for various applications in biotechnology, including:

  1. Comparability and Similarity Analysis: Confirm the comparability or similarity of biopharmaceutical products by analyzing their chemical fingerprints over time, during manufacturing process changes, or against an innovator product.

  2. Higher Order Structure characterization: Determine the secondary structure of proteins, including alpha-helices, beta-sheets, and random coils, to gain insights into protein stability.

  3. Conformational Changes: Investigate how biomolecules respond to different stress conditions or formulations, ensuring product stability and efficacy.

  4. Protein Folding and Unfolding: Explore the intricate processes of protein folding and unfolding, shedding light on kinetics and thermodynamics.

  5. Protein-Ligand Interactions: Investigate interactions between biomolecules and ligands, providing insights into drug-protein binding and molecular partnerships.

At HTL Biosolutions, we are dedicated to bringing the power of FTIR Spectroscopy to your biotechnology endeavors. Our team of experts, armed with state-of-the-art technology and extensive knowledge, ensures your success in every project. We are not just service providers; we are your partners in molecular analysis.


Contact us today to harness the capabilities of FTIR Spectroscopy and enhance your biotechnology projects.

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