The DHVI Biomolecular Interaction Analysis Facility, led by Munir Alam, provides specialized applications and support in Surface Plasmon Resonance (SPR) based biomolecular interaction analyses to basic and clinical researchers within the Duke Community. The facility offers state-of-the-art SPR BIAcore instruments for monitoring real time interactions and diverse sets of measurements that include binding affinity, kinetics, epitope mapping and resolution of binding mechanism and structure. ­


The DHVI BIA Core Facility will be hosting GE Principal Application Scientist Eric Roush for an on-site SPR Training Workshop on Tuesday January 12, 2016 in 4022 MSRB II beginning at 9:00 am. This SPR Training Workshop is intended for all researchers interested in the use and independent operation of the new Biacore T-200 Shared Resource.