XanTec's surface plasmon resonance (SPR) systems provide the diverse interests of academia and industry with the most cost-effective, sensitive and flexible platforms in today's marketplace. These systems supply a comprehensive characterization of molecular interactions that are important to researchers in numerous scientific disciplines. These interactions include but are not limited to protein-protein, protein-peptide, protein-nucleic acid and protein-small molecule.
Each system generates information-rich data to determine such key parameters as association/dissociation rate constants (ka/kd; kinetics), equilibrium (KD; affinity) constants, thermodynamics (ΔH) and concentration of active compounds in complex media.
The systems give invaluable insight into the dynamics of protein, peptide and small molecule binding assays that govern chemical and biological processes. They do not require yearly maintenance plans to keep them in peak performance so researchers do not feel the financial sting of high running costs.
In addition to biomolecular interaction studies, XanTec SPR sensors can be used to quantify adsorption and desorption processes in non-biological systems or to follow the course of solid phase-based chemical reactions on the chip surface even in organic solvents.
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Our 2SPR pushes the limits of detection and sensitivity in label-free interaction analysis.
The 2SPR Dual Channel System is the next generation of surface plasmon resonance (SPR) technology with incomparable sensitivity and high-quality binding data for interaction analysis - all in a flexible component-based platform. The key to the system is the advanced 2SPR Dual Channel SPR Spectrometer instrument.
The 2SPR label-free system generates data on critical interactions between proteins, nucleic acids, lipids, carbohydrates, small molecules, whole cells, bacteria, viruses, and polymers.
The 2SPR System is used in pharmaceuticals, drug discovery, antibody screening, protein structure and function, gene regulation, and systems biology.
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