ITC and DSC as versatile tools for the study of protein stability and interactions

Join us at our workshop to discover, through illustrated examples, the advantages of ITC and DSC compared to other binding and thermal stability assays. The latest micro calorimetry solutions and technology will be discussed including the new PEAQ ITC system. 

This seminar and workshop is an excellent opportunity to meet application specialist Dr Peter Gimeson from Malvern Instruments.

Data provided by Isothermal Titration Calorimetry (ITC) and Differential Scanning Calorimetry (DSC) enables scientists to directly and quantitatively characterize biomolecular stability and interactions in solution without the need for extrinsic or intrinsic fluorescence probes. Furthermore, the lack of spectroscopic readings means that the samples do not have to be optically clear.

Talks will be followed by live demonstrations and training with the opportunity for you to discuss your analysis requirements.

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Who should attend: 

Scientists, researchers and students who wish to further their knowledge of the latest micro-calorimetry solutions and technology. This workshop will be particularly useful to users of these instruments who will benefit from discussing their applications during the demonstrations.

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Registration:

Participation is free of charge however it is essential to register. You can register by completing the registration form on our web site or by sending us an email with your details to enquiries@atascientific.com.au. RSVP by 14 April 2016.

Venues:
Thursday 14 - Friday 15 April - Sydney
Monday 18 - Tuesday 19 April - Melbourne
Thursday 21 April - Brisbane