The purpose of this guide is to demonstrate the proper method for preparing a zeta potential validation sample used for checking the performance of the NanoBrook ZetaPlus, ZetaPALS, 90PlusPALS, and Omni instrumentation. The BI-ZR5 validation material is a dark blue, inorganic powder that is insoluble in water. It has a mean particle size of approximately 300 nm...Read More
Liposomes are commonly used in drug delivery applications to encapsulate and deliver bioactive cargo molecules such as oligonucleotides and proteins. A new application is available that discusses how Liposomes may be characterized using Dynamic Light Scattering (DLS) and Zeta Potential techniques...Read More
The stability of dispersible nanomaterials often depends on having a high surface charge. These charges are often pH dependent, especially for surface chemistries with acidic or basic functionalities. A titration can be performed to rapidly profile a range of solution conditions to determine...Read More
Zeta potential is a useful property to know for colloids, nanoparticles, and proteins. It is a substitute for the otherwise hard to measure surface charge... Read More
Micellar waters are the trendy new facial cleanser that boasts its ability to clean skin without irritation. We present results from dynamic light scattering (DLS), phase analysis light scattering (PALS)... Read More
Stability of protein formulations is of critical importance for the rapidly emerging areas of protein therapeutics and vaccine... Read More
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