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Malvern Focuses on Protein Characterization at Biophysical Society Meeting
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Malvern Focuses on Protein Characterization at Biophysical Society Meeting

Malvern Focuses on Protein Characterization at Biophysical Society Meeting
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Malvern Focuses on Protein Characterization at Biophysical Society Meeting


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Malvern Instruments will focus on protein applications at the 54th Annual Meeting of the Biophysical Society (San Francisco, California, 20-24 February 2010).

On show will be Viscotek SEC systems and Malvern's Zetasizer family of light scattering solutions including the Zetasizer Nano, the new Zetasizer APS which automates measurements in industry standard 96- or 384-well plates, and the Zetasizer Micro V.

Conference participants will have the opportunity to join Malvern Instruments’ protein specialists at the company’s exhibition booth (#624) to view and discuss the latest developments.

Attracting more than 6000 international scientists from academia, government and industry, this year’s Biophysical Society meeting includes a National Lecture given by Roger Tsien, 2008 Nobel Laureate in Chemistry.
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