Did you say, “membrane proteins”? Challenge accepted!

Working with difficult targets like GPCRs and other membrane proteins?

Because they live in the cell membrane, are hydrophobic and insoluble, have low expression levels, and require particular detergents to remove them from the cell membrane, it’s difficult to get a decent amount of folded and functional protein.

Listen in on the conversation between one of NanoTemper’s membrane protein experts, Claire, and her colleague, Paren, as they talk about how NanoTemper helps make working with membrane proteins easier.

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