Biodesy is developing the first products and systems to rapidly and inexpensively measure both protein structure and function in real time, with applications including drug discovery, structural biology and clinical biomarkers. Biodesy has developed a unique and highly sensitive technology for detecting conformational change in proteins and other biological molecules. Our technology, based on a phenomenon called second-harmonic generation, can monitor structural changes at any site within a protein, in real time. Since protein function is determined by its structure, and changes in structure cause changes in function, characterizing these changes will provide significant insights into how our bodies function and respond to treatments.


Biodesy article cited as one of the most popular in 2015

September 8, 2016

The Biodesy Delta Featured in The Translational Scientist

May 19, 2016


NovAliX 2017

June 6-9, 2017 Strasbourg, France

Webinar: Featured Speaker - Professor Frank McCormick, UCSF. "Identifying Allosteric Modulators of KRAS using the Biodesy Delta".

May 4-4, 2017