See Springer lab get Explorer Award for looking at protein stability of MHC class I molecules

August 7, 2019

Learn about Professor Sebastian Springer’s research on MHC class I molecules. He’s a professor of Biochemistry and Cell Biology at Jacobs University. He received NanoTemper Technologies’ first ever Explorer Award. Prof. Springer’s lab uses Prometheus to look at the thermal stability and functionality of MHC class I proteins after purification and refolding. With Prometheus, the lab is also able to evaluate more samples and speed up their research.

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