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Eppendorf BioSpectrometer - Maximum Level of Flexibility to Cover a Wide Range of Applications

With its current photometers, Eppendorf allows to select the optimal combination of devices and accessories to cover a wide range of applications more

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  • Investigating folding stability and dynamics of proteins

    Hydrogels are polymer materials that can absorb a large amount of water, making them flexible like human tissue. They are used in a number of medical applications, including contact lenses, wound dressings, and facial reconstruction. Hydrogels also can be used in drug delivery, for example, as coati more

  • A hydrogel that knows when to go

    Rice University bioengineers have created a hydrogel that instantly turns from liquid to semisolid at close to body temperature – and then degrades at precisely the right pace. The gel shows potential as a bioscaffold to support the regrowth of bone and other three-dimensional tissues in a patient’s more

  • Mathematical and biochemical 'design features' for cell decoding of pulses revealed

    Every cell in the body has to sense and respond to chemicals such as hormones and neurotransmitters. They do so by relaying information from receptors to intracellular biochemical pathways that control cell behaviour, but relatively little is known about how cells decode the information in dynamic s more

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Eppendorf BioSpectrometer - Maximum Level of Flexibility to Cover a Wide Range of Applications

In 1950, Eppendorf introduced its first photometer to the market. From the very beginning, the focus was on obtaining maximum benefits while using the simplest handling methods. This philosophy has remained unchanged to this day. The current portfolio demonstrates Eppendorfs' expertise in photometry more

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Thermal Analysis of Biopolymers

In the webinar titled "Thermal Analysis of Biopolymers", we describe a number of techniques and methods that can be used to characterize the physical properties of biopolymers.What is a biopolymer?The terms biopolymers and bioplastics are not precisely defined and are often used differently. Frequen

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Enzyme kinetics

Enzyme kinetics from E. coli with its two substrates, dihydrofolate (right) and NADPH (left), bound in the active site. The protein is shown as a ribbon diagram , with alpha helices in red, beta sheets in yellow and loops in blue. Generated f ... more

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