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Particle Sizing & SPRi

Surface Plasmon Resonance Imaging offers a new generation of label-free biomolecular analysis, providing information on kinetic processes binding affinity, analyte concentration and real-time molecule detection. Horiba’s particle sizing instruments utilise a range of analytical techniques including laser diffraction, dynamic light scattering, nanotracking analysis (NTA) and dynamic and static image analysis.

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Particle Sizing

HORIBA offers instruments for particle size, particle shape, zeta potential, and surface area analysis. Measurable particle size range is from below 1 nanometer to 30 millimeters, at concentrations ranging from 1 ppm to 50 vol% with shape determination available starting at 1 micrometer. A range of analytical techniques are employed including laser diffraction (Mie Theory), dynamic light scattering, nanotracking analysis (NTA) and dynamic and static image analysis (for measuring both particle size and shape information).

Particle Sizing

Featured Instrument:

LA-960
LA-960 (0.01 – 5 mm) This latest evolution in the LA series advances scientific knowledge for tomorrow’s world through intuitive software, unique accessories, and high performance. The LA-960 continues HORIBA’s proud tradition of leading the...

Surface Plasmon Resonance Imaging

Surface Plasmon Resonance is a highly sensitive, label free optical detection process that has been used to monitor molecular surface interactions. The SPRi imaging technology takes SPR analysis one step further enabling the biochip to be prepared in an array format to simultaneously monitor up to several hundreds of specific interactions simultaneously in a robust and sensitive manner.

Surface Plasmon Resonance Imaging

Featured Instrument:

XelPleX
Multiplex label-free molecular interaction made easy XelPleX is a high-performance and fully automated instrument for the analysis of label-free biomolecular interactions in a multiplex format. The array-based format of the sensor chips allows you to monitor up...