Biorad Proteon XPR36

Model: 
Proteon XPR36
Make: 
Supplier: 

The Bio-Rad Proteon XPR36 is a high throughput (up to 2 x 96 samples per run), high sensitivity automated 36 point array based surface plasmon resonance (SPR) spectroscopy machine for the study of molecular interactions (protein-protein, RNA/DNA-protein, Antibody-Antigen, Nucleic Acid-Nucleic Acid, Aptamer-Protein/Nucleic acid and small molecule-protein interactions). It allows for label-free interaction analysis for the determination of kinetic, equilibrium affinity and thermodynamic interaction data. The Proteon XPR36 is s biosensor system utilising a unique 6 x 6 parallel flow cell system. Separates ligands or different immobilisation levels of the same ligand may be immobilised (including controls). Up to 182 samples (2 x 96 well plate formats) may be processed in the Bio-Rad Proteon XPR36. Furthermore, the system provides unique reference controls that allow for the side-by-side real-time comparison of test interactions with positive and negative controls.

Status: 
Available
Condition: 
New
Category: 
Spectrometers
Disciplines: 
Biochemistry, Cell Biology, Chemistry, Microbiology, Molecular Biology
Life Expectancy: 
10years
Location
Department: 
Biochemistry, Microbiology and Biotechnology
Building: 
Lab 325, Biological Sciences Building
Rhodes University
Drosty Road
Grahamstown
6139

Contact Person/s

Name: Prof J Limson
Phone: +27 46-603-8263
Email: j.limson@ru.ac.za
Estimated Cost and Availability
Internal: 
R100
External: 
R125
Private Sector: 
R300

Grantholder

Title: Prof
First Name: J
Last Name: Limson
Phone: +27 46-603-8263
Email: j.limson@ru.ac.za
Funding Information
Year of Acquisition: 
2012