From nucleic acids and proteins to protein assemblies and membranes, this webinar (Wednesday, January 26, 2011) will present several examples of how high resolution imaging conducted with the BioScope Catalyst Atomic Force Microscope provides researchers with key opportunities to investigate biomolecules and biomolecular processes at the single molecule level.
Read the full webinar details on the Nanoscale World Community Events Page and be sure to join the community AFM Webinar Group to get all the latest updates first.
This broadcast will include a fully-interactive Q&A session to answer all your questions and share your ideas, so be sure to register early to reserve your seat.
• Providing life science researchers with the ability to study biological species across a wide-range of size scales
• Obtaining high resolution, 3D (three-dimensional) images of individual biomolecules and small biomolecular complexes
• Key features of the BioScope Catalyst, including PeakForce Tapping, a small volume flow cell, MIRO image overlay software capabilities, and the Perfusion Stage Incubator (PSI) provides researchers with unique opportunities to investigate biomolecules and biomolecular processes at the single molecule level
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