Biophysical Characterization of Antibodies in a Suspension: Solutions for Slurries

Differential Scanning Calorimetry (DSC) is typically used during biopharmaceutical development to characterize a biomolecule through its thermal stability and unfolding profile. Here we demonstrate the suitability of DSC for studies of opaque solutions and slurries.

Applying Rheo-Microscopy to Understand The Rheology of Suspensions & Emulsions

This webinar will showcase the power of rheo-microscopy for an accurate interpretation of rheological data in the context of three case studies, each on a different material and using a different rheometry technique.

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