Stock illustration of lipid nanoparticle (LNP)
Flow Imaging Microscopy to Monitor Lipid Nanoparticle Aggregation
Lipid nanoparticles (LNPs) are gaining attention as effective drug delivery vehicles, especially since their successful use in the COVID-19 vaccines. …
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Rendering of FlowCam instruments for biopharma industry on lab table
Characterizing Protein Aggregation With Orthogonal and Complementary Analytical Techniques
A central challenge with particle analysis in biotherapeutics is the wide size range of particles that may be present, including particles from the …
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Air pollution event over the New York City metropolitan area (photo by A. Laskin)
Purdue University Uses FlowCam Nano to Study Atmospheric Aerosols' Effect on Climate Change
The Alexander Laskin Research Group at Purdue University is a "multi-disciplinary experimental group with research interests in the areas of …
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White Paper: FlowCam Nano Provides Early Detection for Biotherapeutic Degradation and Contamination
Particles are ubiquitous in biotherapeutics and can drastically impact the efficacy of a given drug. Therefore, characterizing them is a critical …
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Close up of FlowCam Nano's condenser, where the numerical aperture can be adjusted.
The Importance of Correct Aperture Settings in Submicron Particle Imaging
In microscope systems, the numerical aperture and the wavelength of the light determine how highly-resolved the images will be (in the case of …
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New Applications for FlowCam in Biotherapeutic Development
Many new types of biotherapeutic Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients (API) such as viruses, nanomedicines including virus-like particles and lipid …
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Pre-filled syringes
FlowCam Used to Study Intravitreal Anti-VEGF Drugs: Particle Burden and Protein Aggregates
In a recent paper discussing particle counting and analytical techniques, the number and type of particles present in intravitreal injection …
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Detecting Subvisible Particles in Protein Therapeutics
Last week, The-Scientist.com introduced their new Research Products blog. Their very first post discusses the capabilities of the FlowCam Nano:
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Rendering of FlowCam Nano instrument with monitor
New Tools and Opportunities in Subvisible Particle Analysis
Characterization of subvisible particles in protein therapeutics has become an increasingly important means to ensure the development of safe, …
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ELP coacervate imaged by FlowCam flow imaging microscopy Marvin et al 2018
New High-Throughput Method for Elastin-like Polymer (ELP) Coacervate Analysis
December 2018 — A recent study by researchers from the University of New England and University of New Hampshire has demonstrated that flow imaging …
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FlowCam Nano images of biopharmaceutical sample
Detection of Subvisible Particulates in Bioformulations to Ensure Safety
Biopharmaceutical manufacturers strive to ensure patient safety, avoid recalls and protect company reputations. Identifying subvisible particles is …
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