Quick and accurate quantification of protein content is critical for modern biology, biochemistry, and biophysics labs worldwide. Researchers are not only interested in detecting the total protein content, but also in protein classification/identification and proteomics. Although researchers have many tools at their disposal for understanding the complexities of protein, the cornerstone of any protein laboratory is absorbance and fluorescence spectroscopy.
In this application note we provide a high-level overview of the specific ways these spectroscopic techniques are utilized for protein analysis. To demonstrate how powerful these techniques are for protein analysis we have decided to focus our attention on one particularly interesting classification of pronates known as albumin.
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