Biozentrum of the University of Basel – Timothy Sharpe

We have used our Nanotemper NT.115 MicroScale Thermophoresis (MST) instrument extensively in the last one and a half years to study many different types of interaction: protein-small molecule interactions (biological ligands and compounds from medicinal chemistry), small molecule competition assays, protein-metal ion interactions, protein-protein interactions, antibody-antigen interactions and protein oligomerisation. The Facility’s staff and users have benefitted greatly from the excellent customer support provided by Nanotemper. Advice is always practical, relevant and often delivered in-person. Nanotemper’s Applications Scientists are professional, knowledgeable and display an impressive commitment to the success of new users’ experiments.


Dr. Timothy Sharpe
Head of the Biophysics Facility
Biozentrum of the University of Basel
Basel, Switzerland