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Fluorescence Innovations Selected by University of Colorado
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Fluorescence Innovations Selected by University of Colorado

Fluorescence Innovations Selected by University of Colorado
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Fluorescence Innovations Selected by University of Colorado


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The NovaFluorTM PR uses Fluorescence Innovations’ proprietary Direct Waveform RecordingTM technology to capture and compare fluorescence decay waveforms generated by a laser operating at thousands of cycles per second.  According to Dr. Greg Gillispie, President of Fluorescence Innovations, “The ability to precisely analyze micromolar quantities of protein at read speeds of up to 5 wells per second make this technology ideal for high throughput protein conformation studies.  We are extremely pleased to have the chance to work closely with CU scientists on expanding the Novafluor's capabilities and we welcome inquiries from institutions with similar interests.”

Professor Michael Stowell, Head of the Protein Characterization Project at the University of Colorado said “we are looking forward to working with Fluorescence Innovations to develop high-throughput stability assays for membrane proteins that will help advance the goals of the Protein Structure Initiative”
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