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1by1 with Biacore®

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1-by-1 with Biacore® relies on the versatile label-free Biacore technique to detect and characterise protein interactions.

Our offer includes :
- Scientific assistance from our protein-interaction experts
- Cloning
- Protein production and purification
- SPR interaction test, kinetics and affinity determination
- Detailed report delivery with protocols, gel pictures, grpahics and comments

SPR/Biacore technology allows the measurement of the kinetic rate constants (association constant kon and dissociation constant koff) as well as the affinity constant (kD) of the interaction.

For more details, please go to: http://www.hybrigenics-services.com/contents/our-services/validate/1-by-1-with-biacore

Biacore® is a registered trademark of GE Healthcare.
Product 1by1 with Biacore®
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Hybrigenics Services SAS
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