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PLGA is a versatile biodegradable polymer, with medical applications from drug delivery to wound dressings.
With recent regulatory approvals and many ongoing clinical trials, determining critical quality attributes of AAV-based gene vectors is more important than ever.
Read the new application note: "Fusion-protein complexes analyzed by CG-MALS."
Grab your popcorn and check out Wyatt’s monthly webinar series or search our vast on-demand library by application or technique!
Comprehensive characterization of liposomes is essential for rapid and effective pharmaceutical product development as well as for regulatory approval. In our latest white paper, we discuss how FFF-MALS-DLS characterizes lipid nanoparticles and liposomes.
Introducing the Accessories and Services Guide detailing system options for peak performance of your Wyatt instrumentation.
Is it time for an upgrade? Take advantage of our special trade-in offers!
Recently, a SEC-MALS method incorporating DAWN and Optilab detectors was developed to quantify a number of biophysical attributes of mRNA. Read more in our latest application note by Dr. Pam Wang, Rama Akula, Dr. Michelle Chen, and Kristine Legaspi.
Wyatt is proud to announce the launch of its next-generation on-line
instruments. With an all-new, innovative Smart Services™ platform and
modern design, we have fully transformed these instruments to deliver
greater ease-of-use and an improved customer experience.
Need fast, absolute characterization of polymers? The new microViscoStar™ complements Wyatt’s MALS and RI detectors for UHPLC/APC. Determine molar mass, size and conformation, with 3x less mobile phase and 5x less time.
Our new eCommerce store is now available for customers in the US and Canada. By creating an account on the Wyatt Technology Store website, you can easily order replacement parts and accessories online. Check out and register for an account today!
In this interview by news-medical.net, Dr. John Champagne was asked about the new DynaPro® Plate Reader III. He described the product’s added capabilities for assessing developability and stability of biologics.
Our comprehensive service plans are designed to provide you with hassle-free preventative maintenance and service to keep your instruments running at their best. Spend less time focused on service requests and stay more productive in the lab!
Exosomes and related membrane vesicles carry an array of biologically functional macromolecules, including proteins, genetic material, metabolites and lipids.
Already a Wyatt customer? Our technical notes provide step-by-step instructions and tips for how to get the most out of your instrumentation. You can find technical notes on our Support Center.
Does your lab adhere to the Protein Quality Standard protocol of minimum essential assays and records that help ensure reproducible science?
Protein-excipient and protein-protein interactions are the driving forces behind stability or aggregation of protein biotherapeutics
In this interview with AZO Network, Dr. Steven Trainoff discusses recent developments in micro-viscometry.
Thoroughly explored SEC-MALS, and ready to take the next steps to further enhance your biomolecular characterization capabilities?
In addition to synthesis and branching, copolymerization—whether in random arrangements or orderly blocks—serves as a powerful tool for polymer scientists in creating materials with novel, useful properties.
Field-flow fractionation combined with multi-angle and dynamic light scattering (FFF-MALS-DLS) has increasingly received recognition as a key tool in exosome research.
Fluorescent analytes present extra challenges due to interference of the fluorescent emission with light scattering detectors.
Colloidal interactions arising from surface-exposed moieties on therapeutic proteins, monoclonal antibodies, antibody-drug candidates and other biopharmaceuticals lie at the heart of drug product stability.
Once you have mastered SEC-MALS, what’s the next stage? How to obtain even deeper understanding of your macromolecules?
Read the recently published work by Wyatt Technology’s Dr. Philip Wyatt and Dr. Vincent Hsieh titled “Measuring proteins with greater speed and resolution while reducing sample size.”
View previous issues of The Multi-Angle, Wyatt's quarterly newsletter.
Spring 2017 - Launch of the miniDAWN TREOS II
Winter 2016 - A New Home for Wyatt Technology
Fall 2016 - Announcing the ViscoStar 3
Summer 2016 - Get Ready for ASTRA 7
Spring 2016 - Event Calendar Is Full
Winter 2015 - 2016 Regional Users Meeting Schedule
Fall 2015 - Archived Webinars in Several Languages
Summer 2015 - Nanotechnology Research
Spring 2015 - Light Scattering in the Nano World
Winter 2014 - Light Scattering Investigator Award
Fall 2014 - Bibliography Reaches 10,000 Articles!
Summer 2014 - Focus on Michelle Chen
Spring 2014 - Launch of the µDAWN