Microcalorimetry enables detailed investigation of the interactions between and thermodynamics of molecules/biomolecules and is particularly widely used in the development and manufacture of biopharmaceuticals
Taking the example of Malvern’s development of the Mastersizer 3000 particle size analyzer, the authors illustrate how instrument companies are aligning with the QbD philosophy.
Malvern Instruments has released new guidance on using automated image analysis to detect and quantify agglomerates. The ability of uncontrolled agglomeration to substantially impact the performance and value of powder products makes efficient agglomerate detection vital across a number of industries.
Malvern Instruments Ltd (Malvern, UK) has today (July 25) announced that it has completed the acquisition of MicroCal from GE Healthcare Life Sciences and has also purchased the Archimedes particle characterization system from Affinity Biosensors LLC (Santa Barbara, CA). Both of these developments extend Malvern’s portfolio of analytical solutions for the rapidly advancing biopharmaceutical industry.
Malvern Instruments Ltd. (Malvern, UK) announced today (June 4) that it has entered into an agreement with GE Healthcare Life Sciences to acquire the company’s MicroCal™ microcalorimetry business. Financial terms were not disclosed. The acquisition, which is subject to regulatory approvals, is expected to complete in the third quarter of 2014.
Malvern Instruments Ltd (Malvern, UK), a leading global provider of instrumentation and expertise for materials and biophysical characterization, has acquired nanoparticle characterization company NanoSight Ltd (Amesbury, UK). The acquisition was completed on Friday 27 September 2013.
Malvern Instruments has recently released an article detailing the use of laser diffraction particle size analysis for powder metallurgy applications.
A set of application notes from Malvern Instruments demonstrates the sample integrity, flexibility and lack of cross contamination during automated, rapid screening of protein samples using the Zetasizer Auto Plate Sampler (APS) dynamic light scattering (DLS) system.
Experts from Malvern Instruments delivered a presentation focussing on the use of on-line zeta potential measurement in water purification as part of the 87th ACS 2013 Colloid & Surface Science Symposium, held at the University of California Riverside, USA, in June 2013.
A series of new application notes posted on the Malvern Instruments website describes the quick and easy measurement of surface zeta potential using the zeta potential planar cell for the Zetasizer Nano particle characterization system.