AUC Webinar Gallery

A better understanding of our Analytical Ultracentrifuge is what you need? No problem. Check out our variety of webinars and get deep insights into the advantages of the Analytical Ultracentrifuge

Borries Demeler, University of Lethbridge, Alberta

Recorded in June 2020, the speaker covers situations commonly encountered in the characterization of biomolecular interactions using AUC and shares his experience performing multi-wavelength analysis with the Optima AUC.

Dr. Borries Demeler, formerly University of Texas

Dr. Borries Demeler talks about developing software that optimizes data analysis from groundbreaking multi-wavelength experiments that are now possible thanks to the Optima AUC.

Christine Le Bec, formerly Genthenon

Review around biophysical characterizing techniques and a focus on the use of analytical ultracentrifugation (AUC) for measuring empty and full AAV particles (recorded June 2017)

Jeffrey Fagan, National Institute of Standards and Technology

This webinar focuses on leveraging the capabilities of SV methods for characterizing single-wall carbon nanotubes (SWCNTs). Results detailing the use of density contrast techniques on the characterization of the interfacial layer on specific SWCNT species demonstrate the power of analytical ultracentrifugation to resolve this interfacial layer. (recorded 2014)

Dr. Alexander Bepperling, formerly Sandoz AG

He focuses on the data analysis tools to achieve high precision when analyzing biopharmaceutical products due to an interest in minor species of about 1-2% usually comprising of the total protein content.
(recorded 2014)

Helmut Cölfen, University Konstanz

The speaker presents experiences with the analysis of particle size distributions by Analytical Ultracentrifugation (AUC) (recorded 2015)

Andrew Herr, Cincinnati Children's hospital

Dr. Andy Herr provides a great overview of Analytical Ultracentrifugation (AUC) as a complementary technique for structural analysis of proteins and macromolecular complexes. (recorded 2015)

Borries Demeler, University Texas

The speaker covers advances in sedimentation velocity (SV) analysis including methods for accurately characterizing heterogeneous systems at high resolution; approaches to extract rich information from SV experiments and techniques to measure the strength of macromolecular interactions with discrete binding models to whole boundary SV experiments in analytical ultracentrifugation.