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Temperature Gradient Analysis for Determining Melting Point of Proteins Using the NanoPlus

The NanoPlus includes a temperature gradient feature for size and zeta potential.  This unique feature allows the researcher to further utilize the built-in Peltier Thermo-electric controller for temperature studies.  The sample cell in the NanoPlus can be held at a specific temperature between 5°C to 90°C or a gradient of increasing or decreasing temperatures in 0.1°C increments or greater.  This is ideal for determining the melting point, or denaturing point, of proteins using the NanoPlus. Continue reading