Protein Characterization Services

Specialists in Crystallography and Biophysical Characterization

Understanding structure and function begins with fully characterized proteins. HarkerBIO is committed to pushing structure biology to the next level. Standardizing data is the most critical factor for researchers who seek to communicate effectively about a given protein's profile, activities, and functions. More data at the right time is key to successful and accelerated drug discovery, and HarkerBIO has made a conscious choice to invest in a comprehensive suite of techniques and tools for enabling protein characterization.

Our Analysis Techniques

We specialize in some of the most accurate and widespread protein characterization techniques in the biomedical industry using the latest technology. We utilize nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy, dynamic light scattering (DLS), and cryo-electron microscopy (cryo-EM) to directly and indirectly observe the structure of protein crystals. We also specialize in x-ray crystallography and diffraction screening using high-brilliance synchrotron beam lines. These techniques all involve the measured and predictable interaction between electromagnetic radiation and the structure of your unique protein, which ensures a reliable analysis of the results of our protein crystallization process.

We also use trusted methods such as time-of-flight (TOF) mass spectrometry and thermostability testing to determine your target protein's various chemical and ionic properties under different conditions. Radioisotopic labeling and SPR protein-to-protein interaction studies can also be performed to trace the pathways and effects of your target protein.

Guaranteed Results from HarkerBIO

Contact us today and let us create the perfect data set for your project. We will create a comprehensive overview of your target molecule and provide all of the information you need to expedite your drug discovery pipeline while maintaining the highest quality standards.

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