How to study molecular interactions of membrane proteins without compromising their native structure

The desire to use technology that allows you to study membrane proteins in close-to-native conditions is specifically important when it comes to interaction measurements. It’s always a question how much immobilizing your membrane protein to a chip affects its function.

Well, you should know that you have options.

In this webinar discover technology and techniques that will help you study membrane proteins in close-to-native conditions.

You’ll learn how measuring binding affinities with membrane protein in a variety of conditions — like detergents, lipids, nanodiscs and SMALPs — will give you access to particularly challenging membrane protein targets.

Ready to optimize your entire membrane protein workflow?  

Join Claire — a membrane protein researcher who's been in your shoes!

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