Surface plasmon resonance (SPR) and bio-layer interferometry (BLI) are key methods for measurement of large molecule target-binding affinity, kinetics, or epitope specificity.
These technologies, however, are served by diverse instruments offering disparate analysis methods, requiring manual step-by-step processing, or lacking batch-analysis for multiple plates. Often, scientists must export data to downstream analysis programs, only to return to instrument software to adjust parameters, re-export, and re-run the entire workflow again.
Using Genedata Screener for SPR or BLI in the characterization or screening of large molecules enables you to:
- Analyze biophysical screening data from diverse instruments used for large molecule research, including the Octet® (ForteBio) and Carterra LSATM Platform, all on a single system—eliminating the need to toggle between multiple analysis and instrument software.
- Automatically apply standard methods to full screening runs.
- View raw time-series data alongside key results, easily compare them across plates and runs, and make analysis adjustments with minimal effort.