Discover how 2bind applied multi-parameter characterization from a single experiment to find the optimal buffer for a vaccine antigen target.
You’ll learn about:
- Why stabilizing vaccine antigen targets is critical for downstream development of vaccines
- How a combinatorial approach to stability screening helped 2bind identify a more optimal buffer compared to thermal stability screens alone
- How they validated that their new buffer selection did not interrupt binding between targeting antibodies and the antigen target
Why it’s important for formulation:
Vaccine antigen target proteins must remain optimally folded and functional in order to act as a target for vaccine development. Improvements to the chemical environment via buffer optimization are a straightforward way to approach the stabilization of these antigens. With a combinatorial approach for screening both thermal and colloidal stability of an antigen, it is possible to find ideal buffer conditions for your proteins of interest.
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