C-Trap™ Installed at Leiden University

LUMICKS is happy to announce that a new C-Trap™ optical tweezers is now housed in the lab of Dr. Alireza Mashaghi at Leiden University, the Netherlands. Dr. Mashaghi’s group will use the C-Trap to perform single-molecule experiments and investigate molecular folding processes. … Read More

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Application Note Enzymatic Activity Now Online

Enzymatic Activity and Inhibition Efficiency Application Note Now Online

The characterization of the enzymatic activity of proteins involved in the DNA machinery and the identification of their inhibitors are key for the development of a variety of treatments. It is essential to collect statistically-relevant data, which is typically achieved … Read More

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LUMICKS Featured in Cambridge Independent

This week’s issue of Cambridge Independent featured an article about our partnership with AstraZeneca and the University of Cambridge! We are proud to see the field of dynamic single-molecule analysis reaching a new milestone once again. This brings us closer … Read More

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Measure Cell Mechanics with Acoustic Force Spectroscopy

Novel Method for Single-Cell Mechanical Probing using LUMICKS’ AFS™ System

The article ‘Probing cellular mechanics with Acoustic Force Spectroscopy’ has recently been published in the journal Molecular Biology of the Cell. Congratulations to all the authors on their inspiring research! Undergoing deformations plays a vital role in the function of Red … Read More

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m-Trap™ installed at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

LUMICKS is proud to announce the installation of an m-Trap™ at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST) in the lab of Assistant Professor Jinqing Huang. Dr. Huang will be combining the m-Trap™ with Raman Spectroscopy to investigate … Read More

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Novel Insights on the Mechanical Properties of IFs using LUMICKS’ Technology

The journal Science Advances has recently published the paper ‘Viscoelastic properties of vimentin originate from nonequilibrium conformational changes’. We would like to congratulate Prof. Dr. Sarah Köster and all co-authors for their great work on intermediate filaments (IFs)! IFs are … Read More

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Single-Molecule Workshop at LUMICKS Amsterdam

During June 4-5, a captivating single-molecule workshop was given at the headquarters of LUMICKS in Amsterdam. Throughout the workshop, the participants were introduced to our second-generation (G2 line) apparatus and got the chance to perform multiple investigations on them. We … Read More

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C-Trap™ installed at Semmelweis University

LUMICKS is proud to announce the installation of a new C-Trap™ optical tweezers-fluorescence microscopy system in the lab of Professor Miklos Kellermayer at the Semmelweis University in Budapest, Hungary. A major focus of Prof. Kellermayer’s lab is in uncovering the molecular mechanics of the … Read More

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Single-Molecule Workshop at the Rockefeller University

A successful Single-molecule workshop took place on April 17 to 18 at the Rockefeller University in New York, organized by LUMICKS. During the practical hands-on workshop, the participants performed state-of-the-art single-molecule experiments to examine DNA mechanics, repair, and DNA molecular motors. They also attended demonstrations … Read More

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Single-Molecule Workshop at the ShanghaiTech University

On April 9 to 11, a successful Single-molecule workshop took place in the lab of Prof. Bo Sun at the ShanghaiTech University, organized by LUMICKS. During the practical hands-on workshop, the participants conducted state-of-the-art single-molecule experiments in the fields of DNA mechanics, … Read More

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