The Chirascan system at the Manchester Institute of Biotechnology is used to advance biological, biochemical, and medical research. Our scientists use CD to gain an understanding of how mutations, buffer or stress conditions affect protein structure and to confirm the stereostructure of small molecules. The system is routinely used by more than 25 scientists and is typically in use 90% of the time. The system is intuitive making user training straightforward. Users return to the Chirascan because it is highly reproducible, has excellent signal:noise and delivers results quickly.
Dr Derren Heyes
University Of Manchester