Interactive Presentation: Label-Free, Immobilization-Free Characterization of Biomolecular Interactions by CG-MALS

Dan Some

Presented by: Dan Some, Ph.D., Director of Marketing and Principal Scientist and Sophia Kenrick, Ph.D., Senior Applications Scientist, Wyatt Technology
Presented Live: February 2013

Composition-Gradient Multi-Angle Light Scattering (CG-MALS) is a powerful technique for characterizing biomolecular interactions, determining the binding affinity and absolute stoichiometry of self- and/or hetero-association, quantifying non-specific interactions, and assessing equilibrium and kinetics. Learn more about the theory and technology of CG-MALS, and explore a wide range of application examples in this self-guided, interactive presentation that allows you to pick the topics of interest at your own pace. Click on the speech bubbles to hear explanations, or use action buttons within the presentation.