How to find expression and purification conditions that result in high levels of thermally stable membrane proteins

What you’ll learn

It’s very common to experience low expression levels when producing membrane proteins — plus they’re finicky and unstable when they're outside of their native environment. Just know, you’re not alone.

In this webinar, we’ll introduce you to the latest technology and techniques that will help you:

More easily find the best expression and purification conditions that yield properly folded membrane proteins, saving you time and resources in producing membrane proteins that are stable and functional for downstream use

Characterize the stability of purified membrane proteins in different detergents and lipids, helping find optimal conditions for structural studies and functional assays

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