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Impact of Excipients on Viscosity

Excipients are a substance that is often added to protein formulations to serve as a medium for the proteins or active substance in the formulation. While commonly perceived as inert and just a supplement to improve the formulation or become a diluent, adding excipients have sometimes created a reaction of the ingredients in the formulation and according to the NPS Medicinewise article*, such reactions have resulted in various reactions in patients as well.
Learn how excipients can impact your buffer

In Applications, Proteins, Application Focus, Protein Solutions, protein formulation, application notes

New Publication Announcement - Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Corona-Virus

On April 12, 2019, a new paper, "Effective Vaccination against Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Corona-virus," that focuses on the threat of emerging infectious pathogens and methods to develop vaccines to combat has been published. Diving into further details into pathogens such as Middle East respiratory syndrome corona-virus (MERS-CoV), it is important to understand the history of the disease, MERS.

In Applications, Application Focus, application notes

How To Select Your Desired Shear Rate

One of the most commonly asked questions from our customers is the topic of shear rates and what to expect when dealing with various applications. Now most of you have a general idea on what shear rate means, but we want to take it one step further and illustrate several key components when dealing with shear rates.

In Applications, General Information, RheoSense, Inc., Announcement, FYI, webinar, technical webinar, technical information, Event

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"Which RheoSense Chip do I use for my Application?"

One of the common questions we get from our customers is, “Which chip do I use to test my fluid?” RheoSense has a variety of different chips and you may wonder which chip would be the best for your application. The m-VROC® has four different designations of chips: A, B, C, and E. These letter values reference the max pressure capability of the MEMS pressure sensors inside the microfluidic flow cell. With the A-series being able to measure the lowest pressures for low viscosity fluids, the E-series are able to measure the highest pressures for higher viscosities and higher shear rates.

In microVISC, Viscosity Measurements, Applications, VROC Technology, m-VROC, General Information, RheoSense, Inc., VROC initium, Application Focus, FYI