Tag Archives: emission filters

Engineering Multivalent Fc Display for FcγR Blockade

Chroma Technology’s optical filters are empowering researchers to push boundaries and redefine what’s possible in science. Here is the abstract of a recently published paper, entitled “Engineering Multivalent Fc Display for FcγR Blockade”: Autoimmune diseases, driven by Fcγ receptor (FcγR) activation through autoantibody immune complexes (IC), present a complex therapeutic challenge of achieving pharmacological blockade … Continue reading

08-May-2024 Blog, Chroma Technology, Optics

Soluble and Multivalent Jag1 DNA Origami Nanopatterns Activate Notch without Pulling Force

A paper entitled, “Soluble and multivalent Jag1 DNA origami nanopatterns activate Notch without pulling force,” has recently been published. In the Abstract the authors state: The Notch signaling pathway has fundamental roles in embryonic development and in the nervous system. The current model of receptor activation involves initiation via a force-induced conformational change. Here, we define … Continue reading

20-Mar-2024 Blog, Chroma Technology, Optics

Comparing Chroma’s AT and ET Filter Sets

Often, Chroma Technology’s AT filter sets are a lower cost option than their ET filter sets. AT filter sets are the perfect choice for routine fluorescence detection and assays, as well as for most applications requiring accurate color discrimination and excellent out-of-band blocking. ET filter sets are Chroma’s highest quality option. They have zero-pixel-shift image … Continue reading

16-Apr-2023 Blog, Chroma Technology, Optics
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