Article - 19 Mar 2015
Determining the components and their proportion, in a protein sample is essential for the improvement of candidate formulations and characterization of final formulations.
Article - 8 Jul 2014
As a dynamic and static light scattering (DLS & SLS) system, the Zetasizer ìV can measure molecular size and molecular weight in a batch cuvette and also in combination with a size-exclusion...
Article - 28 Nov 2013
Protein aggregation may take place at any stage of the development of protein-based therapeutic compounds. Several light scattering methodologies have been developed for its characterisation, enabling...
Article - 21 Apr 2005
The addition of anti-flocculants to suspensions fo inorganic particles aids accurate particle size analysis to avoid aggregation.
Article - 23 Jun 2004
The Brands Hatch SuperMoto racetrack has recently been surfaced using a new asphalt mix. Details about the new surface including design, properties and installation are provided.
Article - 26 Nov 2002
Once thought of as a dull, basic material, concrete has been used to make architecturally desirable structures. Coloured concretes, pigments, floor screeds and screen printed and photo engraved...
Article - 10 May 2002
An aggregate used in the formulation of a monolithic refractory is chosen based on stability at application temperature, mechanical strength, & corrosion resistance.
News - 31 Oct 2007
A new study published by WRAP (Waste & Resources Action Programme) provides further evidence that foamed concrete mixes using recycled and secondary aggregates offer comparable characteristics and...
Article - 26 Aug 2015
High-throughput screening and identification of candidate biotherapeutics can be performed through versatile and commonly-used methods such as Surface Plasmon Resonance (SPR) and Bio Layer...
Article - 3 Aug 2013
Proteins are susceptible to aggregate over time, which is considered as a key problem in the biopharmaceutical industry. The presence of aggregates will activate an immune response, a risky factor for...