The product introductions further widen the scope and utility of the company’s instrumentation system, which provides real-time, label-free analysis of biomolecular interactions, with ease of use and cost-efficiency.

The Octet RED96 system can rapidly measure protein and other biomolecule concentrations, as well as determine kinetics, affinity and specificity of protein-protein and protein-small molecule interactions.

ForteBio’s new Dip and Read Protein L biosensor enables rapid and direct quantification of a broad set of kappa light chain containing immunoglobulins, including Fab fragments and single-chain variable fragments otherwise known as ScFv.

ForteBio vice president of Marketing Christopher Silva said their new Octet RED96 system enables life science researchers to perform analyses that have been conducted with SPR, HPLC, ELISA and other single-purpose microfluidics instruments, now with enhanced performance and cost-efficiency.