Date(s) - 14 Oct 2021
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Radioisotopes facilitate highly sensitive detection of small molecule analytes but there are many challenges when it comes to measurement, particularly for scintillation proximity assays (SPA). Join us for a brief summary of recent research by Dr. Matthias Quick, and Dr. Jonathan Coleman, who have found nanoSPATM to be instrumental in reducing the difficulty of collecting reproducible, consistent SPA results. Dr. Colleen Janczak of Scintillation Nanotechnologies will also provide an overview of our nanoSPATM products.
Better Consistency and Reproducibility in Proximity Assays Using nanoSPA
1:00 EDT/ 10:00am AZ
There is no charge to register
Matthias Quick, PhD.
Dr. Quick is Associate Professor of Neurobiology in the Department of Psychiatry and in the Center for Molecular Recognition in the Columbia University Vagelos College of Physicians and Surgeons. Throughout his academic career Dr. Quick has been actively involved in the research of membrane transport processes with special interest in the physiology, bioenergetics, and molecular dynamics of sodium-coupled transport proteins.
Jonathan Coleman, PhD.
Dr. Coleman is Assistant Professor in the Department of Structural Biology at University of Pittsburgh. His research aims to elucidate the molecular function, architecture, and high-affinity drug binding sites of synaptic vesicle transporters in neurons by studying their function using biochemical techniques and determining their structures.
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