Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy (FTIR or FTIR) is a highly sensitive technique to study structural changes.
It makes it possible to predict the alpha-helix and beta-sheet composition of protein samples with a percentage error of around 5-6%. It also makes it possible to very significantly compare the structure of different samples.
These studies can be performed as part of vaccine development, for proteins adsorbed on adjuvants containing aluminum.
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Samples to analyze.
Description of buffer.
Sample preparation protocol if applicable.
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Preparation of the samples.
Prediction of secondary structure composition.
Comparative study in the case of multiple samples.
Study following the specifications validated with the Expert.
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