[16 Feb 2017 | ]
Malvern Further Education – Tools for Characterization Success

Our goal at Malvern is to make sure our customers achieve the maximum return from their investment in our systems. To ensure that, we are committed to providing the highest quality of application and instrumentation training and support in order to help you conquer your application challenges.
A pioneer in delivering web seminars more than a decade ago, today we provide one the industry’s most active webinar programs with events freely available to customers and non-customers alike. Each year we also offer a variety of in-person seminars and workshops geared toward specific …

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[16 Feb 2017 | ]
Malvern Further Education – Tools for Characterization Success

Our goal at Malvern is to make sure our customers achieve the maximum return from their investment in our systems. To ensure that, we are committed to providing the highest quality of application and instrumentation training and support in order to help you conquer your application challenges.
A pioneer in delivering web seminars more than a decade ago, today we provide one the industry’s most active webinar programs with events freely available to customers and non-customers alike. Each year we also offer a variety of in-person seminars and workshops geared toward specific …

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Differential Scanning Calorimetry, Malvern Events, MicroCal, Tech Talk »

[14 Feb 2017 | ]
MicroCal DSC – Creating confidence in your protein stability data

My introduction to Differential Scanning Calorimetry (DSC) was a postdoctoral fellow in the late 1980s.  I was producing mutant forms of the enzyme thymidylate synthase, and I needed to characterize the effects amino acid changes had on the overall stability of the protein.  Using a DSC instrument at our facility, I compared the thermal stability of the different mutants to wild-type protein by ranking the thermal transition temperature (TM). As I recall, I needed about 2 mg -4 mg protein per DSC experiment, which was a lot of protein at …

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Gel permeation chromatography, Malvern Events, OMNISEC, Size Exclusion Chromatography »

[7 Feb 2017 | ]
OMNISEC Contest Winners

Last year we asked you to tell us about your most interesting or challenging Gel Permeation Chromatography (GPC) / Size Exclusion Chromatography (SEC) sample and why it presented such a challenge. For instance, if you’ve made two polymers which should be different but you can’t tell apart; or have polymers that are so small you don’t have the sensitivity to measure accurately.
The top 3 submissions that presented the biggest challenge to our new OMNISEC advanced GPC/SEC system would be awarded with a full sample analysis along with a prize of …

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Differential Scanning Calorimetry, Label-free analysis, Malvern Events, Meet the Experts, MicroCal, Microcalorimetry, Protein higher order structure »

[2 Feb 2017 | ]
Malvern Instruments Gold Sponsors of Biosimilars & Biologics Congress 2017

We are proud to announce Malvern Instruments’s Gold Sponsorship of Global Engage’s Biosimilars and Biologics Congress 2017.  This two-day event will be taking place on Monday 6th and Tuesday 7th March 2017, at the Leonardo Royal Hotel Berlin Alexanderplatz.
This meeting will be attended by industry, regulatory and academic experts from all areas of protein, antibody and biosimilar research and will comprise three topic streams: Innovations in Antibody-based Therapeutics; Expression, Purification and Characterization (with a particular focus on product stability and half-life); Biosimilars.
Natalia Markova, Principal Scientist, Malvern MicroCal, will be discussing …

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