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New BI-4500 Series

  • High throughput with 5 channels
  • High sensitivity and small molecule (<100 Da) detection
  • Compatible with electrochemistry and chemical vapor sensing applications

Electrochemistry
SPR Applications

  • Research of conformational changes of proteins
  • Studies in reorganization of organic thin films

  • “BI’s simple and effective design provides users with much flexibility for various applications, such as quickly screening molecular binding on a functionalized surface for both liquid and gas phase. It is easy to use and comes with an excellent kinetic analysis package.” - Professor Lindsay, Director at The Biodesign Institute, Arizona State University

WE PROVIDE UNIQUE VALUE DRIVEN LABEL-FREE SURFACE PLASMON RESONANCE SYSTEMS

Versatile Applications

  • life-sciences

    Life Science

    Protein/DNA/drug interactions, gene assays, drug development

  • electrochemistry

    Electrochemical Measurements

    Anodic stripping analysis, electropolymerization, redox-and charge-related processes

  • chemical-vapor-sensing

    Chemical Vapor Sensing

    Fundamental solid-gas interface studies, detection of toxic molecules

  • environment

    Environment, Food & Beyond

    Trace metal analysis, hazardous residue screening, sensor development

MODULAR AND AFFORDABLE

Our flexible and modular designs of the surface plasmon resonance system are tailored to your individual research needs, all at an affordable price. BI’s unique modular design allows for a research focus not only in life science, but also in electrochemistry and chemical vapor sensing. Our analysis modules can be added to the SPR instrument to fulfill your advanced research needs in various applications.

Solutions

BI’s SPR instruments offer unmatched sensitivity for detecting analytes of various sizes. Our unique design also allows for a wide time response range for kinetics of various molecular binding processes and electrochemical phenomena.

Technology

Surface Plasmon Resonance (SPR) is a powerful label-free optical detection technique for studying biomolecular interactions in real-time.

How It Works

This popular video explains what SPR technology is, how it is used to detect small molecules and their interaction with other proteins.

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