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The Biologics Researcher’s Guide to Dynamic Light Scattering

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Dynamic light scattering (DLS) is a way of measuring particle size, oligomerization, dispersity — and how they change in response to environmental changes like the addition of a drug conjugate or storage buffer modifications.

During the course of biologics development, DLS is a valuable tool for profiling how candidates behave in response to a variety of environmental changes. Understanding the impact these changes have on a candidate is crucial to many aspects of the biologics workflow, from determining which are worth pursuing to improving their quality for scale-up and delivery.

Download this eBook to:

  • Learn about the science behind DLS and how scattering data is processed
  • Discover how different DLS parameters help you select the right candidate
  • Get practical tips and tricks for your experimental setup