Using Micro Flow Imaging (MFI) to Measure Protein Aggregation
White Paper Jan 08, 2018
Sub-visible particles are a critical quality attribute for pharmaceutical products, as protein aggregates can elicit an immunogenic response that affects the therapeutic's efficacy.
Measuring protein aggregation is a common way to get an indication of stability, and MFI is widely used in formulation studies and stability studies where aggregation measurements are needed.
Download this free white paper from Protein Simple to learn about the differences between MFI and how MFI provides crucial information about your protein therapeutic.
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