The 2-Channel OpenSPR is ideal for generating high quality and highly reproducible binding data with less time and effort.
New Publication – OpenSPR Antibody Binding Data Challenges Traditional Hepatitis B Vaccination Strategies
Dr. Yu-Ching Lee recently published a paper challenging traditional hepatitis B vaccination (HBV) strategies through his study of antibody-antigen interactions.
Nicoya releases their new 2-channel OpenSPR instrument. With the addition of a second channel and a number of automated and user-friendly features, the company is continuing their mission to help scientists solve their toughest research challenges in both industry and academia.
Dr. Zeczycki, a researcher at East Carolina University, uses OpenSPR’s surface plasmon resonance technology to get the key binding data needed for their recent publication on protein-lipid interaction. Results show that elevated levels of DHA may contribute to various metabolic disease via a reduction in cardiac mitochondrial enzyme activity.
Dr. Zhang recently published a paper demonstrating the disruption potential of small molecules synthesized from taspine-derivatives to combat the Janus kinase/signal transducers and activators of transcription (JAK/Stat) signaling pathway, a known pathway in the development of cervical cancer. Read the full article to see how OpenSPR provided Dr. Zhang with the data needed to publish her protein-small molecule research.
Looking for quick, easy and affordable protein concentration analysis? Benchtop SPR can help. In our application note, we demonstrate how OpenSPR™ can be used as a concentration assay for determining the level of α-lactalbumin, an important protein in milk.