The biologics researcher's guide to DLS

July 15, 2021

Efficient workflows in biologics development depend on the ability to monitor how candidates respond to changes in their environment. Dynamic Light Scattering, or DLS, is a tool researchers use to measure these changes and make important decisions about their biologic candidates. In this eBook you will learn:

  • What biologics are and why they're important
  • How DLS gives you information about your samples, and what that data means
  • Tips and considerations for designing your own DLS experiments

This eBook is designed to showcase how DLS can improve outcomes in the lab. Whether you're new to DLS or an expert in the technique, there is something for everyone to help optimize and improve the outcomes of biologic-based therapeutics. 

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