Let's Talk Kinetics! The Virtual Seminar Series
Get acquainted with our WAVEsystem in less than 30 min and discover how high sensitivity and robust microfluidics can accelerate your biomolecular interaction analysis.
Why these virtual seminars?
The Creoptix® WAVEsystem puts a breakthrough level of kinetics analysis at your fingertips by pushing the boundaries of affinity range and sample compatibility. In this series of virtual seminar, we will walk you through the benefits of the WAVEsystem for small molecule and membrane proteins research. Expect to see high-quality kinetics in the toughest sample conditions!
"Small Molecules: Binding Kinetics no Matter the Size" with Dr. Fabio Andres and Jean-Marc Belouard
- Screen, rank and characterize weak binders with off-rates up to 10 s-1.
- Study binding kinetics even at large analyte:ligand MW ratios (up to 1:1000).
- Experiment with crude mixtures, detergents and other additives without clogging.
"Binding Kinetics onto Membrane Proteins" with Dr. Ellen Lee and Evan Baxter
- Analyze multiprotein complexes and even larger particles like VLPs and crude membranes
- WAVE goodbye to lengthy and laborious receptor purification procedures
- Welcome contaminants and work with crude samples
Application Scientist at Creoptix AG
Fabio Andres, PhD
Dr. Fabio Andres has a strong background in protein biochemistry, cancer drug research and the development of diagnostic assays and biosensor applications. Holding a Ph.D. in Biochemistry from the University of Zurich, he joined Creoptix as an Application Scientist in 2018.
Field Application Scientist at Creoptix AG
Ellen Lee, PhD
With over 10 years of experience in protein research, Dr. Ellen Lee has a deep and solid understanding of molecular biology. Ellen has a PhD from the UT Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas and she has gathered extensive experience as a Field Application Scientist in the protein quality field, before joining Creoptix in 2019.
Senior Application Scientist at Creoptix AG
Rony Nehmé, PhD
With over 10 years of experience in the membrane proteins field, Dr. Rony Nehmé has a deep and solid understanding of GPCRs biology, pharmacology and structural studies. He was an Investigator Scientist in the lab of Prof. Chris Tate (MRC-LMB in Cambridge) prior to joining Creoptix in 2018 as an Application Scientist. He holds a PhD in molecular biology from the Université de Nice-Sophia Antipolis in France.