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Protein tomography
Application note on CG-MALS technology
Protein tomography : 23 September, 2009
Composition gradient multi-angle light scattering used by Wyatt Technology in order to characterise protein inhibition with no labelling
 
Protein tomography study pinpoints SV2A molecular mechanism
Protein tomography : 10 September, 2008
Sidec has together with UCB published the first direct structural evidence of the molecular mechanism of the Synaptic Vesicle protein 2A (SV2A) in mouse brain tissue.
 
Sidec’s introduces protein tomography to improve the analysis of therapeutic antibodies
Protein tomography : 06 June, 2008
A new version of protein tomography technology has been introduced by Sidec to improve the analysis of therapeutic antibodies and drug targets in biological systems.
 
Sidec and Genmab use protein tomography to study cancer cell growth
Protein tomography : 24 April, 2008
Sidec in partnership with Genmab has determined the molecular mode of action of HuMax-EGFr (zalutumumab).
 
 
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