Biodesy Delta System Enables Researchers to Discover Novel Mechanism Involved in Infectious Disease

Nature Communications publication highlights new applications for highly-sensitive SHG technology SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. – Nov. 20, 2017 – Biodesy, Inc., a leader in next-generation technologies measuring structure and structural changes at the molecular level, today announced that its Delta ® System was used to discover a novel mechanism involved in the earliest steps of viral infection. The collaborative study

Biodesy article cited as one of the most popular in 2015

Biodesy’s article, “Protein Conformational Changes Are Detected and Resolved Site Specifically by Second-Harmonic Generation” published in Biophysical Journal was announced as one of the most popular articles in the journal in 2015 at the Biophysical Society meeting.


The New York Academy of Sciences: Thinking Outside the ATP Box: New Ways to Target Kinases for Therapeutics

May 22, 2018 The New York Academy of Sciences, 7 World Trade Center, 250 Greenwich St Fl 40, New York

Please join us at the NYAS on May 22nd for our poster presentation:

Discrimination of kinase conformational states upon inhibitor binding by second harmonic generation

Where we show how SHG can be used to discriminate between conformational states of two full-length kinases and a pseudokinase upon binding to well-characterized tool compounds.

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