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Quantitative Methods for Macromolecular Interactions

This is an image of a typical sedimentation velocity profiles represented as black circles in an overlay with best-fit curves which are red lines obtained by numerical modeling.
Typical sedimentation velocity profiles (black circles) in overlay with best-fit curves (red line) obtained by numerical modeling

The Quantitative Methods for Macromolecular Interactions (QMMI) Unit of the BEPS Shared Resource is located on the 3rd floor of Building 13 on the NIH campus in Bethesda, MD. Please contact us to schedule a meeting or tour our labs.

We have expertise in:

  • Characterization of individual macromolecules
  • Characterization of interactions of macromolecules (self- and hetero association) and small ligands