Learn more about what questions QSense analysis can help answer in the context of container-closure interaction
Recent research results could help designing formulations better stabilized against protein aggregation, one of the main challenges in pharmaceutical development. QSense QCM-D analysis helped piecing the puzzle together
Read about how Dr. Gustaf Rydell, researcher at Sahlgrenska University Hospital, uses QCM-D to understand how the Norovirus initiates infection.
Here we present a list of scientific publications in virus-related research where QCM-D technology has been used
Learn more about how QSense QCM-D can be used to characterize biomolecular adsorption dynamics and the amount adsorbed to the surface of interest.
Learn more about how biomolecular interactions can be analyzed using QSense® QCM-D technology and what information QCM-D measurements offer.
Here we present a summary of how protein adsorption to a silicone oil/water interface was analyzed in the presence and absence of surfactant.
Studying protein interaction with various surface materials and at different solution conditions, the conditions that minimize adsorption can be identified. Here we show you one way to do this assessment.
Proteins tend to passively adsorb to surfaces. Read about how protein adsorption at various surface and solution conditions quickly can be measured.