Chemical Denaturants to Determine Aggregation Propensity

Webinar: Using chemical denaturants and light scattering to determine aggregation propensity of biopharmaceuticals

Presented by: Luke Holloway, Ph.D., Wyatt Technology

Image Credit: ShutterStock/Christoph Burgstedt

Static and dynamic light scattering are invaluable tools for quantifying protein-protein interactions and aggregation phenomena.

This webinar will review light scattering-based methods for protein characterization and explain their utility, when combined with partially denaturing buffers, in understanding aggregation propensity of monoclonal antibodies (mAbs).

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