We bring label-free interaction studies to the next level
Back from the Affinity 2017 Conference – new trends in molecular recognition
The 22nd Meeting of the International Society for Molecular Recognition, the Affinity 2017, took place at the Pierre and Marie Curie Campus in Paris, France, from 25th to 29th of June. About 130 participants from academia and industry met to review advances in the field of (bio-)molecular recognition and affinity technology. (more…)Read all news
The start-up Biametrics GmbH uses an enhanced version of reflectometry as a label-free tool to monitor biomolecular interactions, offering advantages over other optical detection methods. Besides a robust portable device, they have developed a rather sophisticated parallelized system, which allows time-resolved interaction analysis of up to 10,000 spots per cm^2 in a flexible/scalable array format. Furthermore, they are experts in the design and tailoring of specific affinity sensor surfaces, biomolecule targeting and data evaluation of kinetic and thermodynamic data.
Prof. Dr. G. Gauglitz, Institute of Physical and Theoretical Chemistry
Eberhard Karls University Tübingen