Dynamic Light Scattering

Dynamic Light Scattering (DLS) is a technique in which a beam of monochromatic light is directed through a biomolecule solution and the fluctuation of intensity of scattered light is analyzed. The DLS experiment is non-evasive, and can provide size information of the biomolecule in the order of minutes. With this size information, sample characteristics like aggregation, folding, or conformation can be monitored as a function of various preparations, solvent conditions, temperature, or time.


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