Each month we will be posting new featured labs and highlighting the work they are doing and the results they are getting with our products.


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Althea Crystalomics ® Formulation Technology - September 2015

Althea Crystalomics ® Formulation Technology

Althea’s Crystalomics® Technology enables the manufacture of highly concentrated, low volume formulations of protein-based therapeutics without affecting biological activity. Althea determines the conditions for crystallization of your molecule, then refines and optimizes those conditions to allow scale-up and large scale GMP manufacturing of the final formulated product.

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Protein Crystallization Center (PCC) at the University of Zurich - August 2015

The Protein Crystallization Center (PCC) high-throughput screening lab at the University of Zurich professionally supports the academic and industrial research community.

The PCC has been assisting this research community for over 13 years in advancing their research in structural biology. In fact, just over the past year, more than twenty academic and industrial research groups took advantage of PCC’s expertise in a wide range of crystallization techniques for soluble and membrane proteins.

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Da-Neng Wang Laboratory at the Skirball Institute - June 2015

The Da-Neng Wang Lab successfully crystallizes and solves structure of TmRibU (EcfS) in LCP

Recently Nathan Karpowich working in the Da-Neng Wang Laboratory at the Skirball Institute of New York University Medical Center was successful in crystalizing and determining the structure of riboflavinbound TmRibU an ECF (Energy Coupling Factor) membrane transport protein in a lipid environment (LCP).

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HTS Lab at Hauptman-Woodward - April 2015

Lab at Hauptman-Woodward

Recently, the Hauptman-Woodward Medical Research Institute’s High-throughput Crystallization Screening Laboratory (HTSlab) was able to generate and share with us some images of human protein crystals grown using their proprietary 1536 cocktail crystallization assay. The HTSlab has been accepting samples from the scientific community for over 15 years and has been used to set up 23 million crystallization experiments of >15,000 proteins. Initial crystallization conditions are identified for approximately half of these samples [Acta Cryst D64, 1123-1130 (2008) PMID: 19020350] supplied by hundreds of independent investigators.

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