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Arizona State University Microscale Thermophoresis Facility

Website:
sharedresources.asu.edu/facilities/137
Headquarters:
Tempe, AZ, US
Company Type:
Academic Core Facility

Department: School of Molecular Sciences (SOMS)
College/Unit: COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES

Description:

MicroScale Thermophoresis (MST) is an easy, fast and precise way to quantify biomolecular interactions. It measures the motion of molecules along microscopic temperature gradients and detects changes in their hydration shell, charge or size. When performing a MST experiment, a microscopic temperature gradient is induced by an infrared laser, and the directed movement of molecules is detected and quantified using either covalently attached dyes, or fluorescent fusion protein. MST detects interactions between any kind of biomolecules thus providing a large application range, from ions and small molecules to high molecular weight and multi-protein complexes.

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Arizona State University Microscale Thermophoresis Facility
300 East University Drive Tempe, AZ, 85281 United States
Arizona State University Microscale Thermophoresis Facility
300 East University Drive Tempe, AZ, 85281 United States

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