Presented by: Sophia Kenrick, Ph.D., Wyatt Technology
Presented Live: August 21, 2018
Harnessing the interactions between DNA, RNA and proteins holds much promise for detecting biomarkers, diagnosing disease and improving cancer-targeting therapeutics. Quantifying these interactions is essential for understanding and controlling their biomolecular mechanisms. Multi-angle light scattering (MALS) is a powerful tool for directly measuring molar masses of proteins, nucleic acids and complexes in solution without fluorescent or radio labeling.
In this webcast, an expert will present two complementary light-scattering techniques for determining the stoichiometry and affinity of interactions between proteins and nucleic acids:
Application examples will focus on protein-DNA and protein-RNA complexes.