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Receptor Binding Assays

A tutorial on receptor binding assays used in bioanalysis. Both scintillation proximity assays and measurements based on fluorescence polarization are discussed. This page also features a good bibliography on related… Read more »

A Biosensor for Fullerenes and Carbon Nanotubes

This site contains an article that describes the use of surface plasmon resonance (SPR) spectroscopy to monitor real-time protein binding with fullerenes and carbon nanotubes. The introductory section provides a… Read more »

Analyzing Ligand-Protein Binding

This website consists of a text file that describes the analysis of radioligand binding experiments in a step-wise, easy to follow sequence. Although this site will be most useful to… Read more »

Fluorescence Polarization Assays

The website contains links to material that describes fluorescence polarization methods and their use in ligand-protein binding assays. It includes a diagram illustrating how the measurements are performed, the relevant… Read more »

DynaFit - (Bio)Chemical Kinetics and Equilibria

The freely available software package uses a nonlinear least-squares regression analysis to fit chemical kinetic, enzyme kinetic, or ligand-receptor binding data to a user-defined molecular mechanism represented symbolically by a… Read more »

Improving the Art and Practice of Amino Acid Analysis

This site presents a very detailed tutorial on amino acid analysis. Topics discussed include analytical methods, calibration, hydrolysis, sample preparation, reduction of background and contamination, calculations and references. This site… Read more »

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