- Protein stability and folding.
- Liquid biopharmaceutical formulations.
- Process development.
- Protein engineering.
- Antibody domain studies.
- Characterization of membranes, lipids, nucleic acids and micellar systems..
- Assessment of the effects of structural change on a molecule’s stability.
Figure 1: Baseline subtracted DSC thermograms of Pluronic−CNT dispersions (solid line) compared to the corresponding native Pluronic solutions (dashed line). The concentration of the relevant Pluronics is 1 wt %, and the dispersions contain 0.5 wt % CNT: (a) F127 1 wt % and (b) P123 1 wt. (Research from the group of Prof. R. Yerushalmi-Rozen, Department of Chemical Engineering, BGU).
Figure 2: DSC heating scans for DSPC/SOPG liposomes with different mole fractions of SOPG as shown. (Research from the group of Prof. I. Fishov, the Department of Biology, BGU).
Figure 3: DSC heating scans for wild type protein and mutants. (Research from the group of Prof. Daniel Segal, Department of Molecular Microbiology, Tel-Aviv University).