C-Trap® installed at Imperial College London, UKBlog posts

LUMICKS DSM technologies installed in South East UK

We are happy to share our news about the most recent C-Trap® and m-Trap® installations in the UK! We’ll start with the recently installed C-Trap system at the MRC-London Institute of Medical Sciences, Imperial College London that is used by the cell biologists and biochemists at the group of Prof. Luis…
Ron Eliyahoo
4 May 2021
C-Trap® installed at University of Groningen, NLBlog posts

New C-Trap® installation at the University of Groningen opens avenues for investigating the conformational cycle of chaperone proteins

We are thrilled to announce the installation of a C-Trap® at the University of Groningen, Netherlands, in the lab of Dr. Katarzyna (Kasia) Tych. The installed C-Trap combines optical tweezers with 3-color fluorescence microscopy, which the team will use to investigate protein stabilities, molecular chaperoning, and conformational regulation. They plan…
Ron Eliyahoo
23 March 2021
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LUMICKS technologies installed all around the world

As turbulent 2020 was, we are happy to have managed to install various LUMICKS instruments all around the world. Our dynamic single-molecule instruments enable researchers to analyze complex dynamic details related to the behavior and interaction of single molecules. One of these installations is the newly installed C-Trap® system at the…
Doenja Jansen
23 February 2021
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C-Trap® installed at Emory University in Atlanta

We are happy to announce the installation of a new C-Trap® system with correlated optical tweezers and three-color confocal imaging functionality at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia. The installed instrument, which is managed by the research group of Prof. Laura Finzi and Dr. David Dunlap, will be used by several…
Kassandra Barbetsea
18 November 2020
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Study shows how chaperone enzyme ClpB processively translocates polypeptide loops using C-Trap® correlated optical tweezers and confocal microscopy

A new study published in Nature reports how researchers verified the intricate process of disaggregating entangled proteins by analyzing chaperone enzyme ClpB at a single-molecule level. The C-Trap® correlated optical tweezers and confocal microscopy enabled them to analyze how the member of the Hsp100 chaperone family translocates looped polypeptide substrates…
Kassandra Barbetsea
13 February 2020

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