Biosystems (proteins, lipids, etc...)

Description

protein

Biopolymers may face physical or chemical transformations leading to thermal effects that, despite their fairly low intensity, can be detected by microcalorimeters.
Folding and unfolding, aggregation, interactions with ligands, and enzymes-catalyzed reactions are commonly studied with this technique.

Associated products

High-sensitivity micro DSC and isothermal microcalorimetry (-20 to 120°C) with in-situ mixing possibilities

micro DSC3 evo

The HIGHLIGHTS – Wide operating temperature range (from -20 °C to 120 °C): Cooling of the calorimeter does not require an external source. – Very low detection limit: The μDSC3 evo detection limit is significantly lower (by a factor of about ten)...

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High-sensitivity DSC and microcalorimetry (-45 to 120°C)

microDSC7 evo

The HIGHLIGHTS • Wide operating temperature range (from -45 °C to 120 °C): cooling of the calorimeter does not require an external source. • Use in isothermal or temperature programming (DSC) mode. • Possibility to study samples in all forms: liquids, gel, powder, solid. • Variety of closed...

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Reaction, isothermal and scanning calorimeter (ambient to 300°C)

C80

Incomparable precision of measurement: the 3D Calvet sensor totally surrounds the sample, and all heat evolved is measured. Now matter how small or large the thermal transformation the system provides a complete picture of the event. Absolute calibration: with a three-dimensional transducer the sensitivity of the C80...

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Documentation

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