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Octet® R2 BLI System | Sartorius

The Octet® R2 System makes quality protein analysis affordable and flexible.Priced for startup academic and biotech labs, low volume users are no longer bound by the trade-off between cost and performance when choosing a label-free assay system. The system provides a low-cost entry point for labs with lower throughput needs, while providing the flexibility to field-upgrade to 4 or 8 channels anytime the need arises. The Octet® R2 system characterizes protein-protein and protein-small molecule binding interactions in academic research as well as drug discovery and drug development processes. The multi-purpose Octet® R2 system’s unique 2-channel design has dedicated spectrometers for simultaneous referencing or added capacity. It also provides streamlined quantitative information by measuring active protein concentrations - even in complex mixtures like cell culture supernatants and lysates without time-consuming purifications. The system is perfectly suited for academic and start-up biotech labs as well as users with moderate throughput.  Key benefits: Get the whole range – Sensitivity for small molecule analysis down to 150 Da Highest data quality – Unique 2-channel design with dedicated spectrometers for simultaneous referencing or added capacity  Easy handling without dedicated operator – Simple software setup with template-driven interface to get new users started quickly

Supporting Documents


Application Note

Cell Line Development: Accelerating Process Optimization by Combining Ambr® 15 Cell Culture with Octet® Titer Measurements

Application Note

Octet® Systems Modernize Biopharmaceutical QC Testing to Increase Efficiency

Application Note

Simplifying Biotherapeutic Manufacturing and Quality Control with Label-Free Biosensor Technology

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Octet® R Series Systems Brochure

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