Facility: Biodesign CIDV Core Facility

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Function: Analytical/Synthesis

Department: Biodesign Center for Infectious Diseases and Vaccinology


Several of the centers Biacore protein interaction and analysis systems are available to ASU researchers.  For more details, please click any of the resources listed below.

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Biacore T100

Biacore T100 is a system for comprehensive protein interaction analysis from early research, to drug discovery and development and on to QC. The system is supported by state of the art software for assay development, analysis, data evaluation and interpretation. Software wizards ensure ease of use. Alternatively, methods may be developed or customized as required. In addition to providing detailed information on kinetics and affinity, software support allows interactions to be thermodynamically characterized. Elucidate disease mechanisms by characterizing native or recombinant protein interactions Select the best antibodies as research tools, assay components or therapeutics by fully defining their interaction behavior Define potential drug targets and diagnostic markers Characterize protein: LMW compound interactions in drug discovery Select protein therapeutic candidates according to their on/off rates Detect and characterize immune responses during preclinical and clinical development - read more Characterize protein therapeutics and implement QC methods Recover interaction partners for characterization by mass spectrometry

Proteomelab PA 801

Resolves and quantifies proteins by their isoelectric point and molecular weight, generates high-resolution peptide maps and carbohydrate profiles and provides front-end separation to mass spectrometry.

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