Our 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 binding association/dissociation rate constants (kinetics), equilibrium (affinity) constants, thermodynamics and concentration.
The systems give invaluable insight into the dynamics of protein 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. These robust, reliable and powerful SPR biosensors for label-free, real-time bio-molecular interaction analysis include the following:
Flexibility, performance, and value. These are the key features of the newly released 4-channel Reichert4SPR Surface Plasmon Resonance system from Reichert Technologies, now available from XanTec bioanalytics. Featuring the latest advancements in optics, imaging, electronics and software, the SPR4 builds upon over 15 years of experience in SPR system development.
The 2SPR provides incomparable sensitivity with high quality binding data for biomolecular interactions of interest including protein interaction analysis. With its enhanced sensitivity, the 2SPR system is ideal for analyzing low molecular weight compounds (<100Da) and monitoring biomolecular interactions with great confidence at low ligand immobilization levels. For demanding work where high sensitivity is a must (i.e., small molecule analysis and rigorous antibody binding experiments), the 2SPR is the right choice.
The SR7000DC is a versatile, multi-purpose system for generating quality data for a variety of biomolecular interactions of interest. The economical system can be used to monitor interactions ranging from small molecule binding (200 Da) and protein-protein to whole cells and bacteria.