molecular binding


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molecular binding

[mə′lek·yə·lər ′bind·iŋ]
(solid-state physics)
The force which holds a molecule at some site on the surface of a crystal.
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Due to minimal molecular binding sites within the material, it has the inherent ability to efficiently deliver drugs, growth factors and other active agents and potentially reduce the quantity of active agent needed for effective therapy.
The multimode reader will also be used for performing the assessment of biological activities, enzyme assays, (fast/slow) kinetic assays, biochemical binding assays, protein-protein interactions analysis, affinity measurements, molecular binding assays, receptor/ligand analysis, cellular and pathway signal analysis, calcium monitoring, cell-based assays.
Specific molecular binding events result in the release of electrophoretically distinct eTag reporters, which are then resolved by standard capillary electrophoresis to provide precise, sensitive quantitation of multiple analytes -- directly from cell lysates of cultured or primary cells, as well as fresh and fixed tissue samples.
ADVISORY/NEW ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGY TO BE DEMONSTRATED THAT ALLOWS HEAVY METALS PRODUCTS TO SELF-REMEDIATE THROUGH A REVOLUTIONARY MOLECULAR BINDING TECHNOLOGY
The multimode reader will also be used for performing the assessment of biological activities, enzyme assays, (fast/slow) kinetic assays, biochemical binding assays, protein protein interaction analysis, affinity measurements, molecular binding assays, receptor/ligand analysis, cellular and pathway signal analysis, calcium monitoring, cell-based assays.
This is achieved by exploiting molecular binding reactions and differential diffusion rates in microchannels.
This unique, well-based research platform enables the concurrent analysis of up to eight samples in real-time without the use of labels for detection, affords rapid characterization of molecular binding events and enables true parallel analysis of samples and controls.
6,338,968, is entitled "Method and apparatus for detecting molecular binding events.
Specific molecular binding events such as those that take place between antibodies and antigens, secreted proteins and receptors, enzymes and substrates or small molecule drugs and their targets result in the release of electrophoretically distinct eTag reporters.
Specific molecular binding events result in the release of electrophoretically distinct eTag reporters, which are then resolved to provide precise, sensitive quantitation of multiple analytes-directly from cell lysates.
The biosensor uses surface-plasmon resonance fluorescence (SPRF) to detect molecular binding as it occurs.
TRAP utilizes a rapid, empirical method for quantitatively classifying molecules according to molecular binding affinities.

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