Application Notes

 
How Malvern Panalytical helped Rutgers University Optimize their Polymer Scaffold Fabrication Processes
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In this Application note Sanjeeva Murthy from the New Jersey center for Biomaterials explains why a capillary rheometer is a key piece of equipment for a polymer processing laboratory.

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Focus on Multiplexing using Recombinase Polymerase Amplification (RPA)
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This application note takes a look at RPA amplification technology, focusing on compatibility testing and optimisation of multiplexed targets.

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Evaluation of Recombinase Polymerase Amplification (RPA) Volume Tolerance
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This application note addresses the challenge of restricted reaction volumes when using RPA.

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Visualization of Membrane Dynamics with Millisecond Temporal Resolution
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Electrical stimulation of neurons combined with high-pressure freezing allows physiological activation of synaptic activity and precise control over the time frame of the inducted synaptic activity.

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Characterization of PLA and PLGA Samples Using Multi-Detector GPC and Rheometry
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Exploring the relationship between molecular characteristics and bulk rheological properties of biodegradable polymers.

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Fast-Acquisition Breath Analysis
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This application note underlines the key features of the MAX300-LG, including quantitative analysis and high-precision measurements, allowing the researcher to calculate metabolic flow parameters without the need for integrating additional flow measurements.

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The Power of Multi-Detector SEC in the Analysis of Antibodies
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This application note tests several antibody samples using both a multi-detector SEC and column calibration to compare methods of analysis.

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GPC/SEC Analysis of Polymer Branching
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This application note describes the GPC/SEC analysis of branching in polyvinylpyrrolidone (PVP), a thickening agent in coatings and films.

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Generating Aggregation Rates to Determine Stability of Monoclonal Antibodies
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In this study, monoclonal antibody (mAb) was monitored in a set of 16
independent temperatures to determine the Aggregation Rate (AR) behavior.

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