Characterizing protein oligomerization with automated mass photometry
Oligomerization can be critical for protein function, so to understand a protein’s function requires the ability to quantify its oligomerization state. Mass photometry can measure the mass distribution of a sample in native conditions and at a single-molecule level, with enough sensitivity to detect rare species. Automated mass photometry builds on these capabilities with easy and consistent sample dilution and manipulation, enabling thorough assays of oligomerization behavior.
More Application Notes
Browse through our catalogue of application notes highlighting some recent case studies featuring mass photometry.
Mass photometry of nucleic acids
Mass photometry of nanocages
Mass photometry on SARS-CoV-2