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Treatment of solid tumors with single-walled carbon nanotubes

Mar 06, 2012 09:05 EST Attana AB Single-walled carbon have properties that make them useful for drug delivery, and their photo-thermal effects make them potentially useful in a wide range of applications, particularly the treatment of solid tumors. Follow link for full abstract: www.attana.com/pub_cells. See abstract on video (Attana Cell 200 data shown in min 04:55) http://www.dovepress.com/articles.php?article_id=9317

Label Free Cell Based Biosensors - Attana Cell 200

May 24, 2011 09:00 EDT Attana AB Attana Cell 200- Bridging the gap between traditional biosensors and cell based assays! Drug development is costly and risky, the need for technologies that accelerate the process of drug discovery becomes more urgent. This paper shows four instances of how the Attana Cell 200 biosensor provides data that enhances the ability to select the right drug candidates earlier in the process.

QCM Technology - Attana Poster

Apr 15, 2011 04:07 EDT Attana AB The data obtained from QCM analyses are firstly qualitative, delivering information about specificity and selectivity, and quantitative, delivering exact thermodynamic and kinetic parameters of interactions. See the difference in this poster!

Attana biosensor and applications!

Apr 07, 2011 04:17 EDT Attana AB Attana has several Quartz Crystal Microbalance (QCM) based instruments and applications, all catering to crucial needs and developed in close collaboration with industry and universities. Examples include kinetic analysis on cell surfaces, candidate selection screening, aggregation characterization, epitope mapping and concentration determination of biopharmaceuticals.

Kinetics on Cells - Attana poster

Nov 10, 2010 10:39 EST Attana AB Kinetics on cells using the Attana Cell 200 biosensor - two application examples easily explained in Attana's new poster. Select the right candidate early by getting biologically relevant data from interactions directly on the cell surface.

Attana Application Note: Characterization of complex lectin-cell kinetics

Jun 23, 2010 10:54 EDT Attana AB The objective of this application note was to determine the binding properties of the lectin ConA towards human epidermoid carcinoma cells. Among other things it was found that a kinetic approach may be used to determine the apparent affinity and rate constants of lectin-cell glycan interactions, providing a greater understanding of the mechanism involved in the lectin recognition of cancer cells.

Attana Application Note: Early detection of clinical failure

Jun 16, 2010 10:40 EDT Attana AB The objective of this application note was to evaluate newly developed therapeutic antibodies in a biologically relevant context (cells) in order to detect failing candidates at an earlier stage. Among other things, it was found that real-time screening of drug candidates in a synthetic and in a cellular context together provides highly informative and biologically relevant data.

Attana Application Note: Glycosylation profile of cancer cells

Jun 09, 2010 10:03 EDT Attana AB The objective of this application note was to determine the glycosylation profile of cancer cells using a cell based QCM Biosensor assay. Among other things, it was found that a single surface can be used to perform lectin screening and to provide a highly relevant and reproducible determination of the glyco-profile of cancer cells.