MMS technology for protein characterization at Biophysical Society 2018
BPS18 was the 62nd annual meeting for the Biophysical Society, one of the largest gathering of biophysicists in the world. There were more than 7,000 researchers from over 45 countries in attendance. The event was focused on the professional development of biophysicists, so there was a real interest in learning about new techniques for protein characterization.
We met with many representatives from academia who were particularly interested in understanding how MMS (Microfluidic Modulation Spectroscopy) enables users to look at proteins under any concentration they desire. It is a combination of our proprietary microfluidics and tunable lasers that provide this ability to ‘see change’ in proteins with high sensitivity under both high and low concentrations.
The team at RedShiftBio presented a poster Enhanced Protein Structural Characterization Using Microfluidic Modulation Spectroscopy. If you missed it and would like to request a copy, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.