[Nature article] Mass photometry as a tool for monitoring cage assembly

Updated: Sep 4, 2019

Mass photometry was one of the analysis techniques highlighted in a recent publication in Nature, in which the authors designed, carried out and analysed single-molecule mass photometry experiments that enabled the kinetic tracking of a TRAP-cage assembly.

Mass photometry can not only be used for measuring protein-protein interactions but also has a variety of other applications. Read about them on our Applications page in more detail.

You can also view the full article at:

Malay, A. D. et al. An ultra-stable gold-coordinated protein cage displaying reversible assembly. Nature 569, 438–442 (2019).

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