Stefanie Kall

  • How do you get reproducible data from protein characterization experiments? Try following this DIN SPEC

    How do you get reproducible data from protein characterization experiments? Try following this DIN SPEC

    Reproducibility is a key tenet of scientific research, but many pharma groups have projects that collaborate across different sites or that rely on materials prepared by other specialist...

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  • 5 formulation changes you can evaluate with Dynamic Light Scattering to increase your biologics candidates’ success

    5 formulation changes you can evaluate with Dynamic Light Scattering to increase your biologics candidates’ success

    Biologics researchers are deeply concerned with formulation. Formulation typically refers to the final development of a deliverable, biologically derived molecule (such as a protein, peptide,...

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  • 5 experiments in biologics that can be improved with dynamic light scattering

    5 experiments in biologics that can be improved with dynamic light scattering

    Biologics, which are drugs and treatments derived from natural products, undergo a long development process before they reach the clinic. When you invest a lot of time and money in the process to...

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  • NanoTemper named one of Germany’s most innovative companies in 2021 by Capital

    NanoTemper named one of Germany’s most innovative companies in 2021 by Capital

    For the second year in a row, NanoTemper was named one of the most innovative companies in Germany by Capital magazine. A five out of five star distinction placed NanoTemper in the ranking’s top...

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  • The NanoTemper Story – Chapter 6: The Prometheus Panta

    The NanoTemper Story – Chapter 6: The Prometheus Panta

    Take a moment to consider what it would have been like to be a researcher in your field a hundred, fifty, or even twenty years ago. The technology that enables us to make scientific progress is...

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  • The NanoTemper Story – Chapter 5: The Dianthus

    The NanoTemper Story – Chapter 5: The Dianthus

    Almost as soon as the Monolith launched, the handful of people that made up NanoTemper in those early days huddled around, brainstorming how to translate the technology into a well-based assay....

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  • The NanoTemper Story – Chapter 4: The Tycho

    The NanoTemper Story – Chapter 4: The Tycho

    What would you do if you created a brilliant new invention, but no one knew or understood why they would use it? You know that it would change the way everyone works and lives, but you need to...

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  • The NanoTemper Story – Chapter 3: The Prometheus

    The NanoTemper Story – Chapter 3: The Prometheus

    By 2014, NanoTemper had won a slew of awards for the Monolith. Labs throughout Europe were using MST to measure their biological interactions, and the technology was starting to catch on...

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  • The NanoTemper Story – Chapter 2: The Monolith

    The NanoTemper Story – Chapter 2: The Monolith

    It’s late at night in Munich, Germany sometime in the late 2000’s. A man huddles in a dimly lit basement, painting. He paints at night after a complaint from the professors upstairs about the...

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  • The NanoTemper Story – Chapter 1: The Founding

    The NanoTemper Story – Chapter 1: The Founding

    Think back to your childhood. When people asked you, “What do you want to be when you grow up?” what was your response? At a guess, if everyone did what they said they planned at age four, we’d...

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  • How to export your data and set export templates in PR.Stability Analysis software

    How to export your data and set export templates in PR.Stability Analysis software

    As you become an expert in analysis with your Prometheus data, you will start to streamline your analysis process. Building large datasets is important for many workflows, whether you work on...

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  • How to get more out of your Prometheus data using Key Parameters in PR.Stability Analysis

    How to get more out of your Prometheus data using Key Parameters in PR.Stability Analysis

    Have you ever found yourself combing through a dozen experiments, sorting through all your data, and trying to draw conclusions? Of course you have! Researchers spend their days alternating...

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  • Compare your datasets with ease using percent similarity profiles in PR.Stability Analysis software

    Compare your datasets with ease using percent similarity profiles in PR.Stability Analysis software

    Developing good scientific research is a long process. You start with a hypothesis, conduct experiments to support it, and draw conclusions from there. But the process is iterative—every question...

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  • Zoom in on your results using Regions of Interest in PR.Stability Analysis software

    Zoom in on your results using Regions of Interest in PR.Stability Analysis software

    Data analysis is a challenging process—researchers have mountains of data to go through—and expediting analysis with automated software solutions is a crucial tool to save you time and effort....

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  • Personalize your data by adding and removing markers in your datasets using PR.Stability Analysis software

    Personalize your data by adding and removing markers in your datasets using PR.Stability Analysis software

    Thermal unfolding data is an easy way to create a “fingerprint” of your protein. By keeping the same ramp rate, you can compare how the unfolding of a single protein changes in response to...

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  • Become an expert in analyzing your Prometheus data in the PR.Stability Analysis software

    Become an expert in analyzing your Prometheus data in the PR.Stability Analysis software

    Anyone who has ever worked in a lab has heard the same refrain in some context or another – “We need more data!” No matter how many experiments you do, it feels like reviewers, regulators, or even...

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  • How to get the most out of your merged data set in PR. Stability Analysis

    How to get the most out of your merged data set in PR. Stability Analysis

    Here’s a scenario that’s all too familiar to many researchers: you’ve spent weeks, maybe months, in the lab. You’ve designed experiments – made mutations, engineered cell lines, optimized...

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  • How to navigate your Prometheus data in PR.Stability Analysis software

    How to navigate your Prometheus data in PR.Stability Analysis software

    One of the challenges many scientists face is how to best present their data. No matter how stunning and ground-breaking your conclusions are, you’re not going to convince anyone your hypothesis...

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  • 5 reasons to attend an MST user training

    5 reasons to attend an MST user training

    Research is a tricky endeavor — you have to balance discovering new phenomena, securing funding, working with people with a variety of backgrounds, and keeping up with the current research trends....

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