Measuring protein stability is necessary for numerous applications from understanding the molecular basis for certain diseases to developing more effective drugs. Whether you’re just starting to learn about characterizing a protein’s stability or you’re looking for a refresher, this guide has some helpful tips to answer why it’s important, what technologies are available and how to thoroughly evaluate them before purchasing.
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