When:

Friday, October 13, 2017 from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM EDT
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Where:

Marcus Nanotechnology Room 1117
345 Ferst Drive NW
Atlanta, GA 30332


 
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Contact:

Dr. Paul Joseph (paul.joseph@ien.gatech.edu)
404.894.5029

IEN Industry Seminar Series: Personal Assay System for Label-free Real-time Kinetic Binding Data

 

WANT TO BE ON THE BLEEDING EDGE OF TECH?
Introducing Field Effect Biosensing (FEB), a breakthrough label-free technology for measuring biomolecular interactions. FEB is different from any technique you’ve heard of before, and it’s revolutionizing pharmaceutical development.

 

WHAT IS FEB?
FEB is an electrical technique that measures the current across a graphene biosensor surface functionalized with immobilized biomolecular targets. It’s a unique orthogonal
methodology that works when others fail, providing accurate kinetic, affinity, and concentration measurements.
 

WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF FEB?
Come see us present data and experiments highlighting these key features!

 

  • Label-free detection & real-time results
  • Complex sample capability, including DMSO, surfactants, serum, and lysate
  • Unprecedented 11-log dynamic range
  • Just a 10 L drop of sample
  • Measurement of molecules from 10 Da to large proteins

Complimentary Lunch Provided with Registration.