2012 ProteOn Webinar Series

March 27, 2012 at 3:12 pm Leave a comment

Bio-Rad Laboratories is please to announce its fourth annual ProteOn webinar series. Whether you are new to the field of SPR, or a long-time user, there is sure to be something in this series to be of interest.

Here is a list of topics and dates to look out for:

April 3, 2012-Best practices for obtaining high-quality SPR interaction data, presented by Prof Gideon Schreiber

April 17, 2012-Label-free measurements of small molecules and peptides binding to liposomes, presented by Lilly Sommer

May 3, 2012-Label-free measurements of small molecules and peptides binding to liposomes, presented by Dr. Dalia Shezifi

May 17, 2012– Novel application of SPR to study amyloidogenic peptides and proteins, presented by Dr. Marco Gobbi

Click here for full details and to register for the webinars.

Check out the video below for a quick blurb on the ProteOn system or watch the official Bio-Rad video at www.bio-rad.com/proteon.

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