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Upcoming Webinar June 20th, Hosted by Xtalks

By June 6, 2024No Comments

Toronto, ON

Protein Quantitation and Binding Kinetics Analysis: A Guide for Everyone,
Upcoming Webinar Hosted by Xtalks



In this webinar, learn about rapid, reliable protein quantitation and kinetic binding data analysis. Attendees will explore the ease of performing kinetic interaction experiments, including versatility in handling various sample sources and formats, from microplates to bioreactors, including complex biofluids like serum, plasma or blood. The featured speakers will demonstrate how eliminating fluidics can open new application possibilities and improve the efficiency of biological assays.


Antibodies, and more recently VHH, are the cornerstone in the fields of life science, medicine and biotechnology, enabling the development of therapeutics and diagnostics and serving as valuable research agents. So, obtaining good quality and reliable kinetic data is crucial to choose the best candidates. However, access to overused, shared instruments, long assay times or clogging due to complex media are frequently observed problems that delay or hinder the obtention of kinetic information.

With the easy-to-use dip-in fiber optic technology, WHITE FOx provides a convenient solution to the need for rapid, reliable protein quantitation and binding kinetics analysis from sampled culture media at your bench. Moreover, real-time measurements and flexibility in assay design provide a means to address the challenges related to experimental design. Regardless of the format of your sample source, whether it is microplates or bioreactors, WHITE FOx gives you the ability to analyze target proteins directly in your lab with no compromises in workflow planning.

In this webinar, we will demonstrate how easy and convenient it is to perform kinetic interaction experiments on your benchtop with a short time to result in a standard microtiter plate format.

Developability is a critical factor in the discovery and selection of future biologicals. The inclusion of early second-line assays that allow mimicking biologically relevant conditions while providing an affinity-based ranking of candidates may help bridge the gap between early-stage discovery and subsequent development stages.

The elimination of fluidics by using dip-in fiber-optic sensing opens up new application possibilities, particularly in more complex samples from cell supernatant over bioreactor to even biofluids such as serum, plasma or blood using the same methodology across the R&D stages.

Register for this webinar and see how you can benefit from direct access to kinetic analysis and improve your discovery and development workflow through early selection.

Join experts from FOx BIOSYSTEMS, Filip Delport, CTO; and Laura Marin Fernandez, Field Application Specialist, for the live webinar on Thursday, June 20, 2024, at 10am EDT (3pm BST/UK).

For more information, or to register for this event, visit Protein Quantitation and Binding Kinetics Analysis: A Guide for Everyone.


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Soumya Shashikumar
Tel: +1 (416) 977-6555 x371


FOx BIOSYSTEMS provides fluidics-free biomolecular analysis instruments that can reliably measure molecule interactions, from proteins to vesicles and whole cells. Our innovative fiber-optic sensing combines the ease of use of dip-in reading with the power to measure directly in crude samples including cell culture superantants, blood, serum, plasma and blood and cell culture supernatant, without sample purification.


Kris Ver Donck
Tel: +32 11 28 69 73