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Measure the kinetics and affinities of DNA/RNA binding proteins directly with switchSENSE®’s unique DNA nanolever approach.
Unravel the behaviour of complex binders like antibodies, PROTACs, and other ternary complexes with switchSENSE®’s versatile binding assays.
Conformation & Size
Solve the structure=function equation and study conformational changes in real-time with switchSENSE®’s dynamic measurement mode.
Bivalent and Bispecific Binders Tutorial
Join us for this tutorial to see how our heliX® biosensor can be used to assay a broad range of bispecific analytes using the same workflow. Our automated solutions enable you to have full control over the surface-functionalization of your ligands, from density control, to dual antigen immobilization at pre-determined ratios. And with such control over the assay setup, you can evaluate features beyond target affinity, most notably ternary complex stability, impact of linker length on avidity binding, and target cell selectivity as a function of antigen abundance and spatial separation.
Using our powerful heliOS software, evaluate your readout to measure enhanced target engagement, and determining binding half-times for the affinity ranking of your bispecific analytes to their targets.
Protein analysis by time-resolved measurements
Polymerase/DNA interactions and enzymatic activity
switchSENSE® for characterization of polymerases
A straightforward method to conjugate antibodies to oligonucleotides – preparation, purification and their applications
Quantifying DNA exonuclease activity
Binding theory: equations for affinity and kinetics analysis
Kinetic measurements and comparison with Biacore and solution data
Repeatability of binding kinetics measurements and regeneration performance
Association rate of two equimolar reactants in solution
List of protein hydrodynamic diameters
Real-time measurement of nickel ion chelation kinetics
Real-time measurements of DNA exonucleases
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