Dynamic Light Scattering (DLS)

Size distributions measured quickly and easily

Widely used in biochemistry, biotechnology and pharmaceutical development, dynamic light scattering (DLS) is popular wherever the size distributions of nanomaterials need to be measured quickly and easily for a wide range of analytes such as:

  • Proteins, peptides, nucleic acids and their aggregates
  • Nano-drug delivery systems, e.g., liposomes, lipid nanoparticles (LNPs), micelles, gene vectors and viruses
  • Nanoparticles and nanoplastics
  • Polymers and hydrogels
  • Compound aggregates

Whether measuring directly in microwell plates, in conventional cuvette-based format, automated or online in conjunction with a MALS detector, Wyatt offers instruments and options to fit your needs.


What is DLS?

Dynamic light scattering is a powerful, yet easy to use technique to measure the hydrodynamic size and related parameters of macromolecules and nanoparticles in solution, without the need for chromatographic separation. Assess sample properties such as:

  • Size and purity of proteins
  • Soluble and insoluble aggregates up to 5000 nm for small molecules, bio-macromolecules and nanoparticles
  • Particle concentration of nanomedicines
  • Thermal, colloidal and chemical stability of protein formulations
  • Conformational changes in macromolecules

Why DLS?

DLS is an ideal screening tool for biopharmaceutical formulations and other nanomaterials. DLS offers unique benefits such as:

  • Fast: get data in less than a minute
  • Full nanometer size range: from 0.5 nm to 2.5 µm in a single measurement, with a resolution up to a factor of 3-5 in size.
  • Non-destructive and fully recoverable: Samples may be transferred to other assays
  • Low sample volume: Only 2 µL in the DynaPro NanoStar using quartz cuvettes, 4 µL in disposable cuvettes or standard microwell plates in the DynaPro Plate Reader
  • No shearing or filtering: always measure what’s in your solution
  • Versatility: Beyond size and size distributions, measure other properties such as stability, stress-induced aggregation and molecular interactions
  • Advanced properties: Measure particle concentration, nonspecific interactions (A2 or B22) and differentiate between conformational changes and aggregation with the static light scattering option in the NanoStar and Plate Reader
  • Pre-screening: Ideal to check sample quality before running other expensive and time-consuming biophysical methods such as TEM, AUC, SAXS/SANS, FFF and SEC.

For in-depth characterization of high-resolution size distributions and other physical properties, SEC-MALS and FFF-MALS offer complementary and orthogonal techniques to DLS.

DLS size distribution of a mixture of adeno-associated viruses (AAV) and aggregates. The intensity-weighted distribution, shown, highlights aggregates; the graph may be converted to a mass-weighted distribution, which would indicate that the true aggregate content is relatively much lower. The particle concentration of each population is calculated by combining DLS with static light scattering (SLS).

Who uses DLS?

DLS is used to analyze samples in the nanometer size range, by:

  • Biopharmaceutical scientists for characterization and process development of gene therapies, vaccines and biologics such as monoclonal antibodies
  • Pharmaceutical technologists for developing nanodrugs such as micelles, liposomes, nanocrystals and polymeric controlled-release particles
  • Molecular biology and nanomedicine researchers for studying liposomes, lipid nanoparticles and extracellular vesicles
  • Polymer analytical chemists for characterizing biopolymers, thermo-responsive polymers, polymer solubility and polymer latex particles
  • Environmental scientists to study nanoplastics, tracer particles and toxic materials in the environment
  • Nanoparticle engineers for advanced materials


Versatile technology

While dynamic light scattering instruments are generally used for single samples in batch or standalone configuration, they may also be employed for flow-injection analysis and in conjunction with chromatography and MALS detectors. Even more, with the DynaPro Plate Reader, DLS measurements can be performed in situ in microwell plates.


How does DLS work?

DLS determines the hydrodynamic size of a nanoparticle in solution by measuring the time scale of Brownian motion. The sample is illuminated with a laser beam, and light waves scattered from the particles interfere constructively and destructively as the particles diffuse randomly. The resulting intensity fluctuations in the light scattering detector are analyzed to determine a translational diffusion coefficient, which is converted to hydrodynamic radius via the Stokes-Einstein relationship (see sidebar). The only necessary input parameters are solution viscosity and refractive index.

DLS is a technique that can be readily applied for sizing unknown samples:

  • Solvent viscosity and refractive index are generally well-known and tabulated. Moreover, DYNAMICS software contains an extensive, built-in solvent library with the most common solvents and buffer systems, including the option to create custom solvents.
  • No sample-specific properties such as concentration or composition are required to assess size, size distributions and aggregation.
  • Temperature is controlled and continuously measured in the instrument

For advanced measurements, a few more parameters need to be selected or entered into DYNAMICS:

  • Particle concentration: input sample refractive index
  • kD and A2: input sample concentration

The DLS Theory page contains additional details on the technique, including a video of Brownian motion.



The Stokes- Einstein relationship describes how the hydrodynamic radius Rh is calculated from the diffusion coefficient Dt. T is the temperature (in Kelvin), k is the Boltzman constant and h is the viscosity of the solution.

What are available DLS options and configurations?

Measure directly in microwell plates

High-throughput, automated measurements performed directly in standard 96-, 384- or 1536-well microwell plates reveal new horizons for dynamic light scattering. Some of the high-throughput screening tasks accomplished with the DynaPro Plate Reader include:

  • Quantifying the type and degree of aggregation in hundreds of buffer conditions, important in formulation and crystallization studies
  • Evaluating the developability of pre-formulations of biotherapeutics
  • Formulation development, e.g., assessment of buffer excipients and pH for colloidal stability using the diffusion interaction parameter kD
  • Assessing multiple formulations for stability, e.g., freeze-thaw cycles, accelerated aging studies or thermal stability screening using the aggregation temperature Tagg or melting temperature Tm
  • Determining the critical aggregation concentration for small molecules such as compound aggregates
  • Integration of plate-based testing protocols with other assays in well-plate format


Conventional cuvette-based systems

For easy and convenient measurement of a few samples, all you need is a few microliters of your sample, a disposable or quartz cuvette and a dynamic light scattering instrument such as the DynaPro NanoStar or DynaPro ZetaStar with DYNAMICS software for data acquisition and analysis.

  • NanoStar has a 90° DLS detector to measure size and size distributions in the range of 0.2 to 1000 nm radius and requires sample volumes as low as 2 µL. In addition, the dedicated 90° SLS detector enables measurement of particle concentration, non-specific interactions, turbidity and molecular weight.
  • Mobius has a 163.5° DLS detector to measure size and size distributions up to 2500 nm radius in the flow cell and requires 170 µL of sample. With the quartz cuvette, sample volumes as low as 45 µL may be measured.
  • ZetaStar has a 163.5° and 90° DLS detector to measure size and size distributions in the range of 0.2 to 1000 nm radius and requires sample volumes as low as 2 uL. In addition, the dedicated 90 SLS detector enables measurement of particle concentration, non-specific interactions, turbidity, and molecular weight. The PEEK flow cell and disposable cell can both measure DLS simultaneously with ELS data using the back-scatter angle as well.


Integration with SEC-MALS

On-Line DLS is a valuable addition to your SEC-MALS or FFF-MALS systems, providing hydrodynamic size and, in combination with MALS, information about conformation, elution behavior and the shape of larger nanoparticles. Instead of adding another detector in-line, with the associated band broadening, dilution, signal misalignment and loss of resolution, Wyatt's innovative solution is to share the MALS laser and flow cell with the DLS detector.

A WyattQELS DLS module may be embedded within a MALS instrument, or a NanoStar or ZetaStar can be coupled to a MALS detector employing an optical fiber. ASTRA chromatography software connects to both instruments to acquire data simultaneously, analyzing and reporting the individual information on size (rms radius by MALS and hydrodynamic radius by DLS) and molecular weight to give insights on molecular conformation and chromatography.


Robotic interface

Advanced lab automation is available via the DYNAMICS Automation API. Using the DYNAMICS Automation API to operate DYNAMICS remotely, the DynaPro Plate Reader may be integrated within a robotic workflow. This feature is also available for ZetaStar or NanoStar for an automated workflow or experimental apparatus.

Measurement automation

DYNAMICS and HPLC Connect software pair with the ZetaStar to enable automated sample handling with a Waters Autosampler. The autosampler and HPLC pump are controlled directly by DYNAMICS to flush the system, inject sample, perform the measurement, and repeat with the next sample. The system may even be programmed to automatically prepare samples with a series of buffer conditions. Autosampler and HPLC pump are controlled directly by DYNAMICS to flush the system, inject sample, perform the measurement, and repeat with the next sample. The system may even be programmed to automatically prepare samples with a series of buffer conditions.


Key DLS applications

DLS is a key characterization technique for sizing, assessing aggregations and measuring stability in nanomedicines, proteins and related bio-macromolecules as well as nanoparticles. We’ve listed some representative applications with application notes and on-demand webinar resources below. Our searchable Bibliography, containing thousands of references to peer-reviewed articles citing Wyatt instruments, is an excellent resource for researching your specific DLS applications.


Proteins and bio-macromolecules

Formulations and aggregation

Assessing a drug candidate’s suitability early in the discovery and development stages is essential for minimizing the risk of costly downstream failure. DLS delivers essential insight into biopharmaceutical candidates and formulations through pre-formulation studies, early and late-stage formulations as well as quality control.

Explore the versatility of dynamic light scattering in our white paper WP5010: Screening Developability and Pre-Formulation of Biotherapeutics with High-Throughput Dynamic Light Scattering (HT–DLS), and our publication list PL5011: Key publications on high-throughput screening of therapeutic protein formulations by light scattering.


The heat map display in DYNAMICS™ may be programmed to differentiate size distributions and visualize at a glance different degrees of aggregation. Data courtesy Sabin Vaccine Institute.

Colloidal and thermal stability

The rational biophysical characterization of therapeutic protein candidates and their formulations can greatly improve the early-stage development process of new biologics. DLS is crucial to understanding the thermal and long-term stability of therapeutically relevant proteins in different formulation conditions.

View the webinars Rational use of dynamic light scattering for the characterization of cytokines, bispecific antibody fusion proteins and binary antibody mixtures and Predicting stability of antibody therapeutics by unfolded-state studies with high-throughput dynamic light scattering (HT-DLS) for more information.

Antibody-drug conjugates

Antibody-drug conjugates (ADCs) are important biotherapeutic candidates that combine highly potent cytotoxic drugs with monoclonal antibodies (mAb) for targeted drug delivery in the treatment of cancer or neurodegenerative disorders.

Read the application note AN5005: Characterization and Formulation Screening of mAb and Antibody-Drug Conjugates (ADCs) by High-throughput DLS to learn how the DynaPro Plate Reader is an effective tool for rapid formulation screening.


The diffusion interaction parameter, kD , decreases prior to the point of aggregation as protein molecules begin to unfold. The onset of aggregation is measured by SLS. Blue diamonds: kD values; black line: Rh values; red circles: SLS values. Three distinct transition temperatures are evident. The kD scale has been inverted for clarity


Small viral vectors and virus-like particles

Viruses like AAV, adenovirus and lentivirus, as well as virus-like particles may be characterized by DLS for critical quality attributes such as size, aggregate content, thermal stability and total viral particle concentration.

To learn more, view AN5007: Characterization of AAV-based viral vectors by DynaPro DLS/SLS instruments.



Liposomes are one of the most frequently used nanocarriers to encapsulate small molecule drugs. FFF-MALS-DLS is a powerful tool for characterizing the size, particle concentration and structure of large nanoparticles to distinguish between filled and empty liposomes.

View AN2601: Liposome Size, Concentration and Structural Characterization by FFF-MALS-DLS.


Hydrodynamic radius (a) and root-mean square radius (b) plotted against FFF elution time, overlaid with 90° LS signals for empty (red) and filled (green) liposomes. The Rh and Rg values are determined by the respective online DLS and MALS detectors

Lipid Nanoparticles

Lipid nanoparticles are of increasing importance for small molecule drug delivery, and more recently, nucleic acid delivery. Characterization needs include determination of size, titer, stability and aggregation behavior.

Learn how DLS, SEC-MALS and FFF-MALS can be used to characterize this important class of nanomedicines in our recent webinar Size, Concentration, Payload and Quality: Comprehensive Characterization of LNP-RNA Therapeutics by Light Scattering.



Protein-based nanocapsules are highly interesting for stimuli-responsive targeted drug delivery, as protein properties can directly influence particle stability and release behavior.

Learn how properties of nanodispersions, such as dispersion stability, agglomeration and temperature stability based on particle size analysis can be explored in AN4001: Organic-phase encapsulation in protein-based nanocapsules studied by DLS.


Colloids and Nanoparticles

Environmental nanoparticles

Characterization of nanoparticle size and distribution in biological environments and understanding the parameters that affect them are imperative to accurately assessing nanoparticle toxicity. Delivering nanoparticles in a well-dispersed form is necessary for accurate assessment of their toxicity.

Read AN5001: TiO2 nanoparticle dispersions in cell culture media characterized by high-throughput DLS to learn more.


SpectralView display of TiO2 nanoparticle dispersion in water and six different cell culture media (BEGM, DMEM, LB, TSB, SD, and YPD) suggests severe agglomeration in all media without dispersing agents, improved dispersion in most media using 2 mg/mL BSA, and the best dispersion using ≥1 wt.% FBS.

Drug nanosuspensions

Drug nanosuspensions are a promising approach to formulation and consist of crystalline drug particles that are generally <400 nm in diameter suspended in aqueous solution. Nanocrystalline particles have a large surface area relative to their overall sizes, which results in a dramatically increased rate of dissolution, improved absorption rates and increased bioavailability.

Explore AN5002: High-Throughput Tools for Optimizing Drug Nanosuspensions to learn how the DynaPro Plate Reader is key in optimizing these formulations in early drug discovery.


Acoustic resonance milling effectively reduces solid compound to sub-micron particles, rapidly and in a small volume.

Dynamic light scattering – measuring with ease

DLS an essential characterization tool for proteins, nanomedicines and other nanoparticles to screen for properties such as size, aggregation, stability and interactions. The technique’s versatility and simplicity has contributed significantly to its popularity.


How do I use DLS?

Running a DLS experiment is straightforward. A typical DLS experiment comprises the following steps:

  1. Sample preparation (minimal, may include filtration or dilution)
  2. Load sample into a cuvette or an array of samples into a microwell plate
  3. Place the cuvette or microwell plate into your instrument
  4. Collect data manually or using automation (see below)
  5. Analyze data


Data collection may be automated in several ways:

  • Fast screening: Experiment Designer - Perform full or partial plate scans, thermal or time stability studies by simply selecting a range of wells or single wells for measurements with a mouse-click
  • Maximum flexibility: Event Scheduler - Design any standard operating procedure, be it a time or thermal sequence, autosampler automation, exploration of experimental parameters or any combination thereof.
  • Fully automatic: Robotic integration - Use DYNAMICS API to interface with a liquid handling robotic system to automatically load or unload wellplates and run, process, save and export experiments.


Sample and instrument preparation

Instrument setup is minimal: Just switch on your instrument and let it equilibrate to the correct temperature. Some precautions must be taken when preparing samples as light scattering is sensitive to particulates. A few simple steps will ensure successful analysis:

  • Wyatt disposable cuvettes are individually packed in a clean room and should remain wrapped until use. Quartz cuvettes should be capped when stored.
  • Buffers should be filtered to 0.02 µm or 0.1 µm. Measuring pure buffer is recommended as a control.
  • Samples should be centrifuged or filtered in a way that does not remove any analytes of interest.



Data collection is straightforward: Click the Start button to run single measurements or use the experiment designer or event scheduler described above to collect data automatically. All results are acquired in real-time and analyzed automatically. View your results in a data table or graphically. All original data are accessible and may be reprocessed at any time. Some of the analysis features are:

  • Size, size distributions and molar mass
  • Zeta potential and charge
  • Particle concentration of biopharmaceuticals
  • Thermal stability such as Tonset, Tagg and Tm, as well as average size at transition points
  • Formulation colloidal stability via the diffusion interaction parameter kD and second virial coefficient A2
  • Solution viscosity
  • General parametric analysis

For those in GMP/GLP-regulated environments, DYNAMICS’s Security Pack add-on enables 21 CFR Part 11 compliance including full audit trails and electronic signatures.

Wyatt Technology provides several avenues for supporting novice and advanced users, including a full set of tutorials, training materials and technical notes in the online Wyatt Support Center, phone support and Light Scattering University. Site visits may be arranged for IQ/OQ, service and preventive maintenance as well as group training.


Melting/aggregation curve data and analyses for four proteins measured simultaneously, in triplicate, on the DynaPro Plate Reader.

21 cfr part 11 compliance


DYNAMICS Touch is the on-board application for quick and easy walk-up measurements of size and molar mass on the DynaPro NanoStar and DynaPro ZetaStar.

The intuitive touch-screen interface guides you through each step of your measurement. Load the cuvette with your sample into the instrument and:

1. Choose what you wish to measure

  • Size (hydrodynamic radius by DLS)
  • Molar mass (by SLS and DLS)

2. Input parameters and collect data

Step by step, specify the:

  • Cuvette (quartz, disposable, or generic)
  • Sample (dn/dc, concentration, A2)
  • Solvent (predefined or custom)
  • Temperature
  • Number of replicates
  • Next, simply press ‘play’ to start the measurement.

You can also manage commonly used cuvettes, custom solvents, and other key parameters directly in DYNAMICS Touch and use presets to streamline your workflow and ensure all users are performing the same analyses.

3. Examine and share your results

All results are analyzed automatically and presented to the user directly in DYNAMICS Touch at the end of each measurement. The automatic data quality assessment allows even first-time users to understand their results and identify any issues with their samples.

The resulting experiment data files and reports can be downloaded to a computer and shared or further analyzed in DYNAMICS. The PDF report may even be viewed immediately on your mobile device, network security permitting.




Unique instrumentation for demanding research

Developed and built entirely in-house at Wyatt’s Santa Barbara headquarters, all of these products incorporate state-of-the-art technology combined with rigorous quality assurance practices. Their rich touch screen displays ensure access to all the control functions, data and diagnostics needed for smooth operation and rapid troubleshooting of samples or instrumentation, should the need arise.


Dynamic Light Scattering/Electrophoretic Light Scattering Instruments

DynaPro Plate Reader - The only commercially available instrument that measures DLS and SLS for size molar mass and peak-resolved particle concentration, directly in situ in standard 96, 384 or 1536 microwell plates. Measures second virial coefficient A2 and diffusion interaction parameter kD. The non-perturbing DynaPro Plate Reader offers integration with robot liquid handlers and multi-technique plate-based assay protocols. Temperature-controlled from 4 °C to 85 °C. An integrated camera views each well to observe precipitation or turbidity as well as troubleshooting and diagnostics.


DynaPro NanoStar - With sample volumes as small as 2 µL and temperature control spanning -10 °C to +120 °C, NanoStar goes above and beyond traditional cuvette-based DLS instruments. It offers an optimized static light scattering detector in parallel to the DLS detection system to determine absolute molar mass, turbidity and in conjunction with DLS, particle concentration per peak.

The intuitive DYNAMICS Touch on-board app, running on the NanoStar’s generous touch screen, enables walk-up operation and basic measurements even by DLS novices. Extended and more comprehensive analyses are carried out in DYNAMICS, running on a standard PC.

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DynaPro ZetaStar - A manual or automated light scattering instrument for analysis of size distribution, particle concentration, molecular weight, turbidity and zeta potential of proteins, nanomedicines, gene vectors, extracellular vesicles, nanoemulsions and polymers. It uniquely measures DLS and ELS simultaneously and can measure zeta potential in salts solutions greater than physiological conditions.

WyattQELS - An online dynamic light scattering module that may be embedded into any MALS instrument to provide integrated and simultaneous DLS data.



DYNAMICS - Versatile software for size, size distributions, particle concentration, zeta potential and charge measurements, combining flexibility and intelligence with rigorous calculations and advanced analysis. DYNAMICS offers an optional 21 CFR Part 11 compliant security and database package for GMP and GLP laboratories.

DYNAMICS Touch – measure and analyze DLS, ELS, and SLS data directly on the ZetaStar touch screen with the on-board app.


ASTRA - Our comprehensive software solution for MALS and DLS analysis in chromatography of field-flow fractionation. ASTRA is available in a 21 CFR Part 11 compliant version and offers additional options and advanced analyses.


Introducing the DynaPro ZetaStar

Introducing the DynaPro NanoStar II

Introducing the DynaPro Plate Reader III

Step up to automated DLS

Explore DLS

Below you will find a partial list of the resources available on our website where you can learn more about DLS and how it is used by scientists around the world, in academia, industry and government labs for advanced macromolecular and nanoparticle characterization.


Please see the following page for details on DLS theory: Understanding Dynamic Light Scattering Theory.

These pages provide additional information on specific analyses performed in DLS:


An extensive searchable bibliography of publications citing Wyatt DLS instruments is available at www.wyatt.com/Bibliography. Just open the Advanced Search and click the Dynamic Light Scattering box, then enter your search terms below.

Technical Notes

Wyatt offers its customers comprehensive online support via the Wyatt Support Center, including many technical notes that can help make the most of DLS experiments. If you are a customer and do not have access, please request an account on the Support Log-in page.

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Light Scattering University

Our flagship training program Light Scattering University® (LSU) is included with every purchase of a light scattering instrument. In the 2, 3 or 4 day course—depending on which system is purchased—LSU students discover advanced data processing methods and alternative analytical tools they may not be familiar with. The students also learn how their MALS and DLS data complements information from other techniques they are using in the lab. Advanced classes are offered for LSU graduates on more detailed techniques and topics.

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