Bioanalytical methods for bacteria and protein characterization
24 Nov 2020
Molecular and cellular bioanalyses are increasingly moving towards faster and more sensitive approaches. Key techniques such as Raman spectroscopy, fluorescence spectroscopy, dynamic light scattering, nanoparticle tracking analysis and surface plasmon resonance imaging now allow for easy characterization all kinds of analytes, from cells to small molecules.
In this webinar, Nathalie Vollmer and Christelle Mégier from HORIBA Scientific will describe these different techniques and their application in life sciences and pharmaceuticals. The potential of these techniques will also be illustrated through different application examples for bacteria and protein analysis.
Key learning objectives:
- Expand your knowledge on particle characterization, Raman microscopy, fluoresence, SPRi
- Understand the concept behind the different optical technologies
- Get a feel for the quality of information obtained through use of the different techniques
- Gauge the benefits and interests of these techniques for dedicated bacteria and protein characterization applications
Who should attend?
- Researchers working on bacteria and proteins in life sciences and pharmaceutical settings
- Users of particle characterization, Raman, fluorescence and SPRi
- Anyone who needs to characterize biological samples