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Member since: 1989
Organization: Nurix Inc.
I put every protein in the Tycho first.
Application Area: Protein chemistry, biophysics, biochemistry, pre-assay quality control
"High quality protein stability measurements in just a few minutes. The data is very reproducible in our hands. Just mix your samples, put the capillaries in and 3 minutes later you have your results. The GUI is genius. You can even enter your experiment labels while it is already running to save even more time. It is the only equipment I would recommend to anyone working on proteins because there are no downsides in having a Tycho. "
Member since: 2018
Organization: Pak Medical Centre Sialkot
Its a really great instrument .
"The most important thing for a scientist is time and it really proves a miracle for my experiments .The discoveries in proteomics are more likely to happen faster with this instrument."
Member since: 2016
Organization: Centre for chemical Biology and Theraeputics, inStem, NCBS
Made our life easy.
Application Area:Protein small molecule interaction studies and protein thermal shift assays
"We used Tycho for screening protein small molecule interaction studies. The hit molecules that showed shift in Tycho also showed activity in ITC and MST experiments"
For the first time ever, easily determine the quality of any protein sample in just 3 minutes by using TychoTM NT.6. Get valuable information on your protein’s functionality, purity, concentration and even similarity to previous batches using only 10 microliters of sample and all in a single experimental run.
Tycho does this all by measuring your protein’s structural integrity or unfolding profile in a label-free way. It measures the fluorescence of intrinsic tryptophan and tyrosine residues detected at both 350 nm and 330 nm as a 30 o C/minute temperature treatment is applied.
Tycho takes a swing at resolving the reproducibility crisis that exists in the life sciences today. If researchers have the ability to know the quality of their protein sample earlier and continually throughout their workflow, they’ll feel more confident in the quality of their samples and will get more consistent and reproducible results.