SPR Enters Proteomics: ABI, Others Offer Increased Throughput, Mass Spec Applications | GenomeWeb

Surface Plasmon Resonance has been around for a while, enabling researchers to study how two molecules interact over time. But recent developments have opened the technology to proteomics and its need for higher throughput and detailed analysis of binding proteins.

This week, Applied Biosystems sold its first 8500 Affinity Chip Analyzer, an SPR instrument, to a large biotechnology company. The instrument was first introduced in September (see PM 9-19-2003) but was only made available for sale last week.

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