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Advanced Materials 2 Surface plasmon resonance

Reichert SR7000DC Surface Plasmon Resonance (SPR)

Location
Chemical Engineering, University of Birmingham (lab 102)
Custodian
Dr Paula Mendes
Applications
Surface Plasmon Resonance (SPR) measures biomolecular interactions providing high quality, real time kinetic data requiring no tags or labelling of compounds or proteins. Example application include the study of proteins, antibodies, peptides, DNA or lipids as well as investigating drug binding or antibody-antigen interactions.
Specification
  • Real-time simultaneous dual-channel SPR
  • Temperature range: 10 - 90 ºCSample loop 10 µL - 2 ml
  • Flow rate 1 µl hr-1 - 10 ml min-1


SPR