Advances in Biotechnology and Nanotechnology open new scenarios for more efficient therapeutic proteins, bioparticles and synthetic nano-particles. As a corollary to these accomplishments, the need has arisen for rapid analytical techniques with high resolution and sensitivity to facilitate research and development, process monitoring, and quality control in nano and biotechnology. Such applications have provided the major driving force for the development of new technic to characterize the physical state of the biomolecule and nano system. The size distribution and number concentration are key parameters to control the behaviours of these innovative products, the presentation will introduce the new orthogonal technologies Multi Angle Dynamic Light Scattering and the Nanoparticles Tracking Analysis showing the benefit and versatility in application such as: Virus like particles, antibodies, liposomes, exosomes and Ev’s, encapsulation efficiency, metallic and polymeric nano-particles.
Purified water is the main reagent in the analytical laboratory. It is used extensively for the preparation of reagents, buffers, standards, samples, and as blank. As modern analytical techniques are becoming increasingly sensitive, water quality is key to obtaining optimal results: the slightest water contamination may impact data quality, and potentially the analytical instrument itself. This presentation will offer practical advice about how to reliably obtain high purity water meeting your analytical technique’s specific requirements, and offer ideas and suggestions on how to optimize your analytical data.