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Sensor chip enables more reliable polyhistidine-tagged protein interaction studies
September 2011
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Bio-Rad Laboratories Inc.
 
Bio-Rad's ProteOn HTG Sensor Chip provides a robust new alternative for pharmaceutical researchers studying polyhystidine- tagged protein interactions that can reduce cost per data point by 90 percent. Used with Bio-Rad's ProteOn XPR36 system, the HTG Sensor Chip's innovative surface chemistry has increased binding stability and specificity for His-tagged proteins compared to chips from other surface plasmon resonance system providers. Additionally, the HTG Sensor Chip's ability to regenerate and reuse HTG chips multiple times can significantly reduce the cost of generating data.
 
Bio-Rad Laboratories Inc.
(800) 424- 6723

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