Fecha registrada: September 20 2012

Duration: 33 minutes 05 seconds

The protein utilities are part of the standard Malvern Zetasizer software, yet not everyone takes full advantage of them. Learn how to use the unique and functional toolset and how this may help provide additional information
Table of contents
1. Use of the unique Zetasizer protein utilities
01:52
2. Use of the unique Zetasizer protein utilities
00:38
3. Outline
00:58
4. Protein Utilities
01:39
5. Where are these Protein Utilities?
01:10
6. If the Zetasizer software is already installed
00:37
7. The opening view
00:52
8. The Concentration Utilities
00:53
9. Example: Sensitivity for a 144kDa protein
02:40
10. The Molecular Weight Calculations
00:24
11. What size to expect for a known mw?
01:12
12. What mw to expect for a measured size?
00:13
13. The Molecular Weight Calculations
00:13
14. What mw to expect for a measured size?
01:15
15. Estimating shape from hydrodynamic size
00:41
16. Estimating shape from hydrodynamic size
00:10
17. Estimating shape from hydrodynamic size
00:13
18. Estimating shape from hydrodynamic size
02:32
19. The Debye Plot
00:36
20. Data entry in table view
01:48
21. Display in graph view
01:48
22. Preview of Expanded Protein Utilities in v7
00:36
23. New protein utility calculators
00:16
24. New protein utility calculators
00:24
25. New protein utility calculators
00:20
26. Other protein utility calculator improvements
00:23
27. Measurements of A2
00:38
28. Measurements of kD
00:12
29. HSA behavior summary
00:38
30. Protein Utilities - Summary
01:01
31. Thank you
00:32
32. Contact Information
05:41