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Reproducibility of Thermally Induced and Contact-stir Induced Protein Aggregation

This peer-reviewed publication by Fluence Analytics’ research partner Tulane PolyRMC addresses the reproducibility of protein aggregation. The publication, which appears in the Journal of Physical Chemistry, specifically discusses reproducibility following temperature-induced and contact-stir induced aggregation of bovine serum albumin and a monoclonal antibody. Using ARGEN, PolyRMC assessed protein aggregation reproducibility for global stressors which affect an...
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ACOMP

Automatic Control of Polymer Composition and Mw

Fluence Analytics and its academic research partner Tulane PolyRMC collaborated on a peer review article for Polymer Journal which describes the achievement of fully automatic, simultaneous control of polymer composition and molecular weight trajectories during free radical copolymer synthesis. This was accomplished by coupling the continuous ACOMP data stream into a feedback controller which operated pumps for...
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ARGEN - Stability of Biologics

Automated & Rapid Way to Asses Quality & Stability of Biologics

Determine the Stability of Biologics This peer review article from American Pharmaceutical Review describes new tools for determining the stability of biologics, including ARGEN by Fluence Analytics, that not only have low sample requirements but also generate precise and reproducible data to effectively implement an advanced design of experiments approach. This article uses a real case...
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ACOMP

Automatic Synthesis of Multimodal Polymers

Fluence Analytics collaborated with its academic research partner Tulane PolyRMC on a peer review publication in Macromolecular Reaction Engineering. An automatic molecular weight controller is used in semi-batch reactions to produce final polymers that contain distinct subpopulations with different molecular weight distributions (MWD). While blending polymers with different MWD is frequently used to make multimodal polymer products,...
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ACOMP

Automatic Control of Polymer Molecular Weight during Synthesis

Fluence Analytics and its academic research partner Tulane PolyRMC collaborated on a peer review article for Macromolecules which discusses using ACOMP to automatically control polymer molecular weight during synthesis. The continuous record of monomer and polymer concentrations, Cm and Cp, and cumulative weight-average mass, Mw, furnished by automatic continuous online monitoring of polymerization reactions (ACOMP) has been harnessed...
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