OpenSPR Nicoya - which binding technique is optimal for your research?
About the Event
The COVID-19 pandemic disrupted research worldwide, causing many scientists to put their projects on hold. As labs and facilities begin to slowly open up again, many of us are asking where to go from here. Whether it be planning your next big breakthrough or that side project you've had in the back of your mind, it's important to have the right tools to get the data you need. And with so many innovations in biomolecular technology, it's common to find yourself unsure of which techniques are best suited for your research.
To help you navigate the many biomolecular interaction techniques available as a researcher, Nicoya has put together this webinar to dive into which technique best suits the direction of your projects. Nicoya will be discussing the importance of binding interaction data and providing an overview of the strengths and weaknesses of multiple techniques. If you have ever done co-immunoprecipitation or western blots, or considered working with ITC, MST, BLI, or SPR, this is a perfect opportunity to understand which technique is the best fit for your projects.
You'll Learn How to
- Why reviewers are looking for binding data in publications
- What technique best suits your research
- An overview of Co-IPs, MST, ITC, BLI and SPR
- Newest advancements in biomolecular characterization methods
Nicoya will be showcasing the strengths of common binding techniques and helping you understand which technique you need for your next publication. It is the perfect opportunity to learn about new technologies and how to make the most out of your resources that are available to you!
Date & Time
19.00 - 19.30 hrs.