A Practical Approach to Microcalorimetry - Applications of Nano DSC
2017-04-18    

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Overview

This episode of our Practical Approach to Microcalorimetry Webinar Series discusses various applications utilizing Nano DSC such as: quality and stability of antibodies, DNA lesions/mutations, domain and subunit stabilities, studying binding, testing micelles and liposomes, cold denaturation, pressure perturbation experiments, investigating complex mixtures and many more.

About the Speaker

Paulius (Paul) Vaitiekunas is an application scientist for TA Instruments. Paul has received his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Chemistry from Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania. After moving to the USA, Paul decided to continue his education at The Johns Hopkins University. In 2009, he graduated from The Johns Hopkins University with a master’s degree in Biotechnology, concentration in Molecular Targets and Drug Discovery Technologies. The same year, Paul joined prof. Peter Privalov’s lab at The Johns Hopkins University where he has worked on multiple research projects and managed the lab. Paul joined TA instruments in 2014 and works from TA Instruments headquarters in New Castle, DE.