Application Note: Comparison of Substrate-Binding Efficiency of Wild Type and Mutant E. coli KARI
29 June 2006

Dual Polarisation Interferometry (DPI) offers a truly quantitative analytical technique, rather than a simple ‘mass sensor’ response, providing real time, absolute density measurements and structural dimensions of immobilised proteins at high resolution. Farfield’s AnaLight® DPI instrument range is an important enabling technology for the rapid and sensitive monitoring of both structural and functional events during protein interactions.

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