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Surface Plasmon Resonance Systems

Surface plasmon resonance (SPR) is an optics-based, label-free detection technology for real-time monitoring of binding interactions between two or more molecules. The throughput, flexibility, and sensitivity of the SPR platform give researchers the ability to characterize biomolecular interactions in any binding study. A wide range of molecules can be studied, from ions, fragments and small molecules to proteins and viruses. SPR technology provides biophysical data such as affinity, kinetics, and thermodynamics. SPR-based analytical biosensors are powerful tools for characterizing molecular interactions. The combination of three components – the detector, the sensor surface, and the sample delivery system – is critical for performing the experiment.

Surface Plasmon Resonance Systems

Description

Surface plasmon resonance (SPR) is an optics-based, label-free detection technology for real-time monitoring of binding interactions between two or more molecules. The throughput, flexibility, and sensitivity of the SPR platform give researchers the ability to characterize biomolecular interactions in any binding study. A wide range of…
Surface plasmon resonance (SPR) is an optics-based, label-free detection technology for real-time monitoring of binding interactions between two or more…

Suppliers

The following suppliers offer Surface Plasmon Resonance Systems products.

  • Vitaris AG
  • Witec AG