The new improved version 3.0 of our EpiGrammer™ software for sensorgram enhancement is now available off the shelf.
Two separate, individually optimized sensorgram enhancement algorithms have been implemented for the two different generations of Biacore™ instruments: Classic/2000/3000 and T100/T200, respectively. The two generations have slightly different optical systems, and the two algorithms ensure optimum performance for both systems.
The EpiGrammer™ 3.0 Product Data Sheet is available for free download here.
We’re offering a 20% discount on EpiGrammer 3.0 throughout October 2018.
We have launched a new version of the EpiGrammer™ software that improves the performance even of top notch SPR instruments. Contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org for a copy of our latest Application Note 26 to learn how the new version improves the signal-to-noise ratio and reduces the disturbance level of the Biacore™ T200 SPR instrument.
The new EpiGrammer 3.0 version uses improved algorithms for enhanced performance of Biacore™ T100/T200 systems. We are offering a limited number of free trial licenses to the pilot version of EpiGrammer 3.0 to selected customers. If you’re interested, please contact us on email@example.com.
We are happy to offer our Validation Kit B9003 in packs of three for the price of two: €180 in Europe and $220 elsewhere (+ freight). We also include a 1-month free trial license to our EpiGrammer™ software in the package. The offer is valid throughout February 2018.
Accurate Surface Plasmon Resonance analysis requires high quality sample injection pulses. Most commercial SPR instruments offer pre-programmed “System Check” procedures that diagnose injection pulse quality in order to detect e.g. leakage, blockage, or dispersion in the microfluidic system. However, such tests are based on pure refractive index measurements, and are plagued by a number of well-known errors and artefacts.
LE-SPR offers a rigorous injection test that monitors the true transport of analyte in to and out of the detection flow cell without any refractive index artefacts. Using our LE-SPR Validation Kit, the true shape of injection pulses can be accurately assessed by simple inspection.
Learn how by checking out our Technical Note 012. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for a copy of the TechNote.
For any new Episentec™ dye reagent orders placed before the end of 2017, we are happy to offer a 20% discount plus a free one-month trial license to the EpiGrammer™ LE-SPR software.
To place an order or for any other enquiries, please contact us at email@example.com.
Episentum will present a poster on Label-Enhanced SPR at the NovAlix conference Biophysics in Drug Discovery, Strasbourg, France, 6-9 June 2017. We will display the enhanced sensitivity in small molecule analysis, as well as the enhanced specificity and the dual-colour capabilities in protein analysis.
We’re looking forward to meeting with lots of SPR scientists and other biophysicists, including old and new customers. For any information on LE-SPR prior to the meeting, or to book a one-to-one meeting, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Episentum will present a poster at the Advances in Drug Discovery meeting, Cambridge, UK, 6-7 March 2017. The poster will demonstrate how Label-Enhanced SPR can improve the surface plasmon resonance analysis of small molecules as well as larger biomolecules.
We’re looking forward to meeting with lots of SPR users, including old and new customers. For any information on LE-SPR prior to the meeting, or to book a one-to-one meeting, please contact us at email@example.com.
To celebrate the approaching Holiday Season, we’re offering free licenses to our Label-Enhanced SPR software. We want to help more scientists get started with LE-SPR, and we also want to reward our existing customers. So here’s the offer:
- Buy 1 mg of any Episentec™ dye reagent – get a free 3-month full version license to our EpiGrammer™ software.
- Buy 2 mg of any Episentec™ dye reagents – get a free 6-month full version license to our EpiGrammer™ software.
- And, as always, we include generous technical support on the implementation of Label-Enhanced SPR to all our customers.
For any enquiries, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Episentec, the company that developed the pioneering Label-Enhanced SPR technology, is now evolving into Episentum. We do this change to highlight the extension of our product range.
Episentum still offers the same high-performance Episentec™ reagents and EpiGrammer™ software for Label-Enhanced SPR, and the same high level of technical support on the implementation of the technology.
We will continue developing and offering products that improve the performance of biosensor instruments, and we’re looking forward to continue serving our customers – old as well as new. For any enquiries, please contact us at email@example.com.
To celebrate the approaching end of year 2015, we are offering the following discounts on any orders on our range of Label-Enhanced SPR products placed before the end of the year:
- 15% discount off the list price on all Episentec™ dye reagents.
- 25% discount off the list price on the first annual EpiGrammer™ license.
- Free support on experimental planning and data evaluation for three months for new customers.
For any additional information, for a quotation, or to place an order, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Download pdf here: Episentec December 2015
We have published four new Technical Notes, i.e. simple guides on the practical implementation of Label-Enhanced SPR. Please check out our Technical Notes page for a complete list of available TechNotes, and please contact email@example.com for a copy of any of the TechNotes.
The new TechNotes are:
Technical Note 007: A Biacore™ MDL method template for inhibition-in-solution (ISA) assays
Technical Note 008: A Biacore™ MDL method template for kinetic assays
These two TechNotes contain ready-to-use methods for customers running MDL methods on e.g. Biacore™ 2000 and Biacore™ 3000. The templates can be used right off, or modified according to the user’s requirements.
Technical Note 009: EpiGrammer™ Tutorial 1: Basic case
Technical Note 010: EpiGrammer™ Tutorial 2: Dual-colour case (two binding species)
These two TechNotes contain simple step-by-step instructions on the use of EpiGrammer™ software. TechNote 009 covers the most basic case, while TechNote 010 covers the case with two simultaneously binding species described in our Application Note 024.