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Focus on Pharma – Generate real-time enzyme kinetic data with isothermal titration calorimetry

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Focus on Pharma – Generate real-time enzyme kinetic data with isothermal titration calorimetry
 

Approach early-stage drug discovery armed with greater insight, by using the advanced isothermal titration microcalorimetry (ITC) capabilities of the MicroCal PEAQ-ITC.

Find out how ITC is being successfully applied to study enzyme kinetics and enzyme inhibition. Discover how to refine your experiments and workflows to generate meaningful data quickly and gain deeper insights into structure-function relationships and the mechanisms of binding.

In this webinar, we will cover: 

how ITC generates real-time, enzyme kinetics data, comparable to other enzyme assays 

the enzyme kinetics functions in the MicroCal PEAQ-ITC software 

how to quickly design experimental parameters and analyze ITC data 

Join our Focus on Pharma webinar series. In each webinar, we focus on a key challenge facing the pharmaceutical industry. Our aim is to show you how technology can help you overcome these challenges to develop drug products more quickly and efficiently.

Speakers

Verna Frasca Ph.D. - Sector Development Manager – Pharma +amp;amp; Food (Americas)

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Who should attend

Scientists working with the characterization and development of enzymes for life science research or drug discovery/development. Anyone using ITC for binding analysis. Those interested in learning about new ITC applications, understanding how ITC is used, and how it compares to other enzyme assays.

What will you learn?

Use and functionality of the MicroCal ITC instrument for enzyme assays. You will gain deeper insights into structure-function relationships and the mechanisms of binding plus, understand how the new features of PEAQ-ITC software, streamline workflows and improve data analysis.

 
 
 
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