This virtual course will cover the 4 steps required to create and execute a strategy for complete mAb/protein characterization using viscosity measurements. Some of the specific topics to be included are injectability, hydrodynamic size determination, quantifying protein-protein interactions, storage stability, and formulation optimization.
A thorough viscosity analysis of protein formulations should include both shear rate and temperature variation to understand solution stability, efficacy, and overall performance.
Download our complete guide to understanding what information can be obtained when more than a single point viscosity measurements are performed.
When it comes to biopharmaceutical applications, it has been widely adopted to use a traditional colloidal scaling analysis method.
Download our application note, conducting shear rate sweeps in order to extract detailed information on protein formulation components and micro-structures. With such vital capabilities, we are able to accurately extract information on protein cluster size and protein protein interaction.Download Now! →
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