This e-book by NanoTemper looks at the workflows researchers are using in the biologics space and the benefits dynamic light scattering (DLS) offers.
You will find out:
- What biologics are and why they’re important
- How DLS gives you information about your samples and what that data means
- Tips and considerations when designing your own DLS experiments
You can read this entire book as a holistic approach to DLS as a part of the biologics workflow, or jump straight to the section that is most relevant to your needs. Find out how DLS meets the necessary demand for rigorous biophysical data for the ultimate clinical success of your biologics candidates.
This e-book is free of charge and you can access it here.