THE MOST DIRECT WAY TO MEASURE PROTEIN STABILITY IS TO MEASURE SUBVISIBLE PROTEIN AGGREGATES.
High volume requirements have made subvisible particle analysis impossible to achieve during early stage formulation, forcing researchers to rely on indirect non-physiological techniques.
HORIZON's ultra-low volume requirements means researchers can now quickly measure if they have an unstable formulation with a fraction of the volume and access this key information early as candidate selection.
HORIZON bridges the gap to measure protein stability directly as early as candidate selection.
25 µL sample volume, N=20, CV= 6.2%
25 µL minimum volume
Robust: CVs under 10%
Measure 96 samples under 2 hours
2 µm TO 4mm
Which means you can stop predicting, and start measuring.