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Prof. Dr. Klaus Fendler and Co-Authors - Interview about the SURFE²R Technology

Icon N1   ““SSM-based electrophysiology is a suitable technique to study bacterial ion-translocating membrane- systems which are otherwise difficult to approach using conventional electrophysiological techniques, like patch clamp.
Additionally, the mechanical stability of SSMs facilitates the transport activation through fast solution exchange, a condition that is technically challenging in a setup of a bilayer separating two solution-containing compartments.“

Dr. Miyer Fabián Patiño-Ruiz,
Faculty of Science and Engineering, University of Groningen, the Netherlands


Dr. Andre Bazzone, Application Scientist for the SURFE²R product family interviewed the authors of the publication:
"Mutation of two key aspartate residues alters stoichiometry of the NhaB Na+/H+ exchanger from Klebsiella pneumoniae"
Published 2019 in Nature Scientific Reports.

Read the publication here and download the full case study here:

Icon N1   SURFE²R Technology Customer Case Study (2020)   logo pdf   (1.3 MB)
Nature Scientific Reports: Characterization of the Na+/H+ exchanger NhaB on the SURFE²R N1

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