Does your current particle analysis technique show you a "peak" in your exosome distribution or protein aggregate data? Have you ever suspected that this "peak" might not be real?
This is just one of the questions answered in the new series of webinars by Spectradyne.
Spectradyne asks users to join their 30-minute webinar on July 11, 2018 to learn how microfluidic resistive pulse sensing (MRPS) can give you the most accurate picture.
They will demonstrate why more and more scientists are turning to Spectradyne for their particle analysis needs over light-scattering based techniques (DLS and NTA) Some of the other questions include:
1. How does light-scattering theory predict false peaks?
2. How is this theoretical prediction born out in two real-world examples (exosome characterization, and protein aggregation analysis)?
You can register for one of two sessions below before they reach capacity:
· Register here for Session 1: 10:00AM EDT (2:00PM GMT, 7:00AM PDT)
· Register here for Session 2: 2:00PM EDT (6:00PM GMT, 11:00AM PDT)