Because the Biodesy Delta provides direct insight into conformational changes and their functional consequences, it is being used to gain new insight into protein interactions across a wide variety of applications in drug discovery and basic research.
The Biodesy Delta can be used for secondary screening to characterize compounds of interest, such as those identified in previous large-scale screens. Potential hits from such screens must be confirmed, and the combination of structural and functional information provided by the Biodesy Delta can be critical in prioritizing follow up work.
The Biodesy Delta can be used for primary screening to find and characterize novel interaction partners in one step. With throughput up to thousands of samples per day, the Biodesy Delta can be used for a wide range of screens, even when no other effective assay exists.
The Biodesy Delta can be used to study nearly any protein, regardless of molecular weight or structure, and nearly any interaction, from small fragments to large protein complexes. The Biodesy Delta is automated and easy to use, so every scientist can get information on his or her proteins of interest.