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Taylor Dispersion Analysis (TDA) is a microcapillary flow technique that enables solution-based sizing of small molecules, peptides and proteins, and samples with mixtures of these species.

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[18 May 2017 | ]

Matt McGann and I will be representing Malvern at the upcoming annual UD Biophysical Characterization Workshop, sponsored by CBST (Center for Biomanufacturing Science & Technology), BITC (Biomolecular Interaction Technologies Center), and the University of Delaware, on June 6, 2017, hosted by Professor Christopher Roberts.
This year’s workshop will consist of three days of short courses and small-group demonstrations of the principles and commercial technologies for characterization of protein solutions and related colloidal systems, focusing specifically on static and dynamic light scattering, electrophoresis (DLS, ELS), and Taylor Dispersion Analysis (TDA).
Matt has been …

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Taylor Dispersion Analysis, Viscosizer TD »

[25 Feb 2016 | ]

I’m reminded of de-sodium-fusion but will avoid this as an opening sentence as it will be understood by but a few chemists……  Ah well, wrong again….
In England, in the early 1800’s, there was a group formed solely for the ‘diffusion of knowledge’.  It was actually more correctly called “The Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge (SDUK) founded in 1826, and wound up in 1848.  The Society published inexpensive texts intended to adapt scientific material for the rapidly expanding reading public. Wikipedia further states “An American group of the same …

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Kinexus, Taylor Dispersion Analysis, Viscosizer TD »

[19 Nov 2015 | ]

Polymer solution rheology to protein aggregation – Following Sir G.I. Taylor
In a very fortuitous way indeed, from my academic research at Bristol University through to my work here at Malvern, I have managed to maintain a connection with the brilliant work of Sir Geoffrey Ingram Taylor (1886-1975) – who has quite rightly been described as ‘one of the most notable scientists of the 20th century’ [1]. It’s quite probable that many workers will have come across some important contribution from Taylor in their line of research, but may not realize that …

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