Tycho | Protein Quality

  • Start getting consistent results by knowing protein quality with Tycho2:54

    Start getting consistent results by knowing protein quality with Tycho

    Finding out the quality of your protein sample upfront will help you figure out if it’s functional, similar to a previous batch you made or if it’s been properly stored. With very little effort and a

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  • Make your SPR workflow smoother, more efficient, and less costly with Tycho

    Make your SPR workflow smoother, more efficient, and less costly with Tycho

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  • When protein quality matters.

    When protein quality matters.

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  • See what Tycho looks like and find out how to run an 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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  • How to confirm you’ve cooked perfect eggs, using scientific instruments

    How to confirm you’ve cooked perfect eggs, using scientific instruments

    If you’ve been following my cooking and chemistry blog series, I hope you’ve enjoyed recaps of interesting lessons I learned from HarvardX’s course. For my last post in this series, I’m digging...

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  • How to access your Tycho data from anywhere with Tycho.Cloud

    How to access your Tycho data from anywhere with Tycho.Cloud

    Having the flexibility to work from anywhere is more important than ever, especially for researchers who are doing critical work. You may still need to access your lab instruments, but working...

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  • How to look at your protein’s functionality and concentration with Tycho.Cloud

    How to look at your protein’s functionality and concentration with Tycho.Cloud

    Whether you’re a Tycho.Cloud user or just hearing about it, the big vision for Tycho.Cloud and its current capabilities are focused on helping you get more out of your Tycho data and really...

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  • Happy proteins make happy researchers, and how Tycho helps with that36:31

    Happy proteins make happy researchers, and how Tycho helps with that

    How do you usually know whether your protein is happy? Even if you’re already using a portfolio of techniques to check, you may not have all the info. Find out how to use Tycho to really understand wh

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  • 4 SPR assay problems that can be resolved by improving protein quality

    4 SPR assay problems that can be resolved by improving protein quality

    Surely you’ve found yourself in a research situation where your experimental results left you scratching your head. Any type of lab work will sometimes do that to you, and Surface Plasmon...

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  • Protein quality guide

    Protein quality guide

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  • Why you should consider subscribing to research instruments instead of buying

    Why you should consider subscribing to research instruments instead of buying

    In recent years, subscriptions have become more and more popular. Chances are you have some too — maybe you have a subscription to your favorite video or music streaming service, or you have a...

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  • Accelerating Protein Purification by Using Thermal Unfolding as a Guiding Tool45:48

    Accelerating Protein Purification by Using Thermal Unfolding as a Guiding Tool

    Cellular expression and purification of proteins are among the most widely used techniques in biology. Expressing proteins in stable, properly-folded states is a challenge that may be abated by monito

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  • Find the Tycho package that best fits your needs

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  • 3 Tycho.Cloud apps that help you compare protein samples

    3 Tycho.Cloud apps that help you compare protein samples

    Tycho gives you a better idea of what you’re working with by comparing your samples: Comparing a protein before and after storage, or comparing a protein in different buffers, or comparing the...

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  • Easily characterize the molecular mechanisms of neurodegenerative diseases

    Easily characterize the molecular mechanisms of neurodegenerative diseases

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  • How the cloud will transform the way you do research

    How the cloud will transform the way you do research

    Imagine how your scientific research can be made easier Imagine this scenario: you run a binding affinity assay on, let’s say, NanoTemper’s Monolith, and instead of just a Kd result, you get...

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  • Accelerate your protein purification workflow by knowing protein quality first

    Accelerate your protein purification workflow by knowing protein quality first

    Protein quality is a challenging parameter to measure. Clearly, when the quality of a protein is poor, it likely won’t function and often can be difficult to even characterize. When questionable...

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  • 5 publications that put protein quality checks into the workflow, using Tycho

    5 publications that put protein quality checks into the workflow, using Tycho

    Tycho launched a little over two years ago in January 2018 as the solution for quickly assessing protein quality. Soon after, The Scientist journal even recognized Tycho as one of the top 10...

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  • Cyrill Brunner gets Explorer Award for innovative approach to advance drug discovery research using computer modeling

    Cyrill Brunner gets Explorer Award for innovative approach to advance drug discovery research using computer modeling

    Meet Cyrill Brunner, Senior PhD candidate at ETH in Zurich, Switzerland (preparing to defend his thesis as we go to press) and one of the 2019 Explorer award recipients. This award is given to...

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  • 3 assumptions from an SDS-PAGE that lead to false conclusions

    3 assumptions from an SDS-PAGE that lead to false conclusions

    What is an SDS-PAGE used for? Scientists who routinely analyze proteins turn to SDS-PAGE, a proven method for separating proteins and peptides based on their molecular weight. First reported in...

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  • Thermal unfolding and refolding of a lytic polysaccharide monooxygenase from Thermoascus aurantiacus

    Thermal unfolding and refolding of a lytic polysaccharide monooxygenase from Thermoascus aurantiacus

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