St. Louis Light Scattering User Meeting
Join us August 20 at Washington University School of Medicine!
Wyatt's regional user meetings are a great opportunity to meet and interact with other scientists who utilize Wyatt light scattering instruments. Learn how your colleagues approach biophysical characterization, pick up some tips and tricks on method development, and spend some quality time with Wyatt staff. Registration is free for this event. Continental breakfast and lunch are provided.
Date: August 20, 2019
Time: 9:30 AM
Location: Washington University School of Medicine
Eric P. Newman Education Center
320 S. Euclid Ave.
St. Louis, MO 63110
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This meeting will start off with a review of light scattering theory and analytical applications. After lunch, we will go into greater depth with informal “how-to” sessions, including software tutorials and a demonstration of high-throughput DLS with the DynaPro Plate Reader. We will emphasize biological applications, including:
- Molar mass and size measurement of macromolecule and bio-nanoparticles.
- Stoichiometry in macromolecular complexes, including membrane proteins, DNA: protein complexes and antibody-drug complexes (ADCs).
- Detecting and quantifying aggregation.
- Biotherapeutics formulation and stability studies.
- Virus, AAV, VLP, and vaccine characterization.
Who should attend:
- Active/Potential users of Wyatt light scattering instruments seeking to engage with regional colleagues around similar analytical challenges.
- Anyone interested in learning more about light scattering and its manifold applications to biomolecular, polymer and nanoparticle characterization.
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