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Prometheus Series Instruments for Protein Stability Analysis

2 min read
Nov 25, 2014

In December 2014, NanoTemper Technologies launches a novel product line, the Prometheus Series instruments. With the Prometheus instruments, NanoTemper Technologies offers the nanoDSF technology for the easy, rapid and accurate analysis of protein folding and stability with applications in protein engineering, formulation development, and quality control.

nanoDSF is a groundbreaking technology with unmatched precision, speed, and resolution. Since the Prometheus instrument does not require any fluorescent dyes, the measurement can also be performed in any buffer system, even in the presence of detergents. “This technology enables us to analyze the stability of membrane proteins and other difficult targets without any modification”, explains Dr. Stefan Duhr, CEO of NanoTemper Technologies.

Enjoy the benefits of nanoDSF:

  • Native DSF: no dye, buffer & detergent independency
  • See more transitions: ultra-high resolution
  • Broad concentration range measure protein concentrations from 5 µg/ml to 150 mg/ml

The Prometheus series of instruments provides the same benefits, customers appreciate in other products developed and offered by NanoTemper Technologies:

  • Low material consumption
  • Robust and maintenance-free device
  • Easy handling

Dr. Neil Ferguson, group leader at the University College Dublin, has studied the folding and stability of thousands of proteins: “The Prometheus is an ideal workhorse for academic research involving large-scale protein engineering or stability measurements.”

Enjoy the benefits of the Prometheus instrument yourself! For any details on our early-bird program, please contact us.
Download our Application Note to explore the performance of the Prometheus instrument!

About the company:
NanoTemper Technologies, founded in 2008, is a globally operating high-tech company that develops, produces and markets solutions for biomolecular analytics. The high precision instruments made in Germany are used by thousands of scientists in more than 30 different countries.