Visit LUMICKS
at BPS 2023

February 18-22, 2023 • San Diego, CA

Discover our solutions to unlock the measurement of forces and interactions in biological processes at BPS Annual Meeting 2023!

Dynamic single-molecule analysis for direct, indisputable proof of the molecular mechanisms

Meet C-Trap®, the world's only dynamic single-molecule miscroscope. With the C-Trap®, you can observe your biology as it happens and at the single-molecule level and obtain direct evidence of molecular mechanisms of different biological processes, such as DNA repair, protein folding, cellular signaling, etc.

Scroll down to see an overview of our activities at the ASCB Cell Bio 2022 meeting and secure your seat in one of our live C-Trap demos today!

Nobel Prize-winning technology that enables you – within the same experiment – to:

1) Directly visualize the dynamics of individual proteins in real time.
2) Control and observe the stepwise assembly of the biological complex.
3) Modulate the molecular system to test the model under different conditions.

Talk Title: From dynamic single-molecule data to direct quantitative insights into biological mechanisms

Join our Exhibitor Presentation
at Room 9

Sunday, February 19
5:30 PM – 7:00 PM

Visit booth #409 for
C-Trap live demos!

Drop by our booth, or secure your slot for a private demo here

Explore our poster presentations and meet our application scientists

Visit our posters on the study of DNA processes and biomolecular condensates from sample preparation to data analysis.

Join one of our live C-Trap demonstrations at booth #409

Have you ever wondered how you can visualize real-time interactions between your protein and DNA, study their conformational changes, or manipulate your protein droplets? Would you like to see with your own eyes how to perform these types of experiments using C-Trap Optical Tweezers Fluorescence & Label-free Microscopy?

During the Experimental Biology meeting, we will be organizing live 30-minute demonstrations showing hands-on experiments. Each demo walks you through the full experimental workflow of a specific application. Secure your spot below:

Our next reveal and customer discoveries at the

LUMICKS Exhibitor Presentation

Sunday, February 19, 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM - Room 9

The value of dynamic single-molecule research in providing direct insight into the molecular mechanisms of biology has been proven for many years. However, this realm of science has long been accessible only to experts that could build and operate complex instruments, had the knowledge to produce specific samples, and could develop sophisticated methods for analyzing the data.

The LUMICKS C-Trap enabled studying dynamic molecular mechanisms with a ready-to-go instrument. It uniquely correlates single-molecule force and fluorescence measurements to capture all molecular interactions in real time. With the release of biochemistry products, scripting library, and sharing platform an ecosystem was initiated with the aim to provide researchers with all the tools to do their research. We are now taking the next big step in this by launching Lakeview data analysis: a software platform that enables any scientist to instantaneously analyze their science – from raw data to quantitative insights into mechanisms with a couple of clicks.

In this talk we will present Lakeview and show how it can be used to organize, manage, and visualize all your dynamic single-molecule data on any laptop and PC. We will show how it enables automatic tracking of the location and dynamics of individual proteins on DNA and how that can be used to instantaneously visualize resulting data. From here you gain direct quantitative insights into biological mechanisms. And there is more to come!

Meet our application scientists and discover the applications at the

LUMICKS poster presentations

A biochemistry platform to incorporate replication forks, DNA lesions, and nucleosome arrays to single-molecule experiments

Presenter: Trey Simpson, PhD Poster Session: DNA Replication, Recombination, and Repair
Day of presentation: Tuesday, February 21Presentation Time: 1:45 PM
Poster Board Number: B133
Place: Exhibit Halls BC

Unparalleled approaches to directly visualize DNA-binding proteins and biomolecular condensates

Presenter: Nastaran Hadizadeh Yazdi, PhD Poster Session: Single-Molecule Spectroscopy
Day of presentation: Tuesday, February 21Presentation Time: 1:45 PM
Poster Board Number: B490
Place: Exhibit Halls BC