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Applied Photophysics signs distribution agreement with Particular Sciences to expand coverage in Europe

Applied Photophysics logo 25.10.18Particlular Sciences logo 27.10.18Applied Photophysics, a provider of systems for biophysical characterisation of biomolecules, has signed a distribution agreement with material characterisation specialist, Particular Sciences. The distributor will supply industry and researchers in both the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland with Applied Photophysics’ Chirascan circular dichroism (CD) systems and SX-range of stopped-flow spectrometers. This latest agreement further expands Applied Photophysics’ presence throughout the EU market after recently signing with scientific equipment distributors in Italy, Portugal and Spain.

Applied Photophysics’ current product portfolio includes the Chirascan platform, which uses CD to reveal changes in the higher order structure and stability of proteins, which is essential in cutting-edge research and the development of innovator drugs and biosimilars, and the SX-range of stopped-flow spectrometers, which are used to monitor changes in absorbance and fluorescence for kinetic studies of fast biological reactions.

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