Measuring the Thermal Sensitive Rheological Behavior of BSA Solution with the BeNano 180 Zeta
This application presents the use of Dynamic Light Scattering Microrheology (DLS Microrheology) to measure the thermal-sensitive rheological behavior of a BSA (bovine serum albumin) solution using the BeNano 180 Zeta. DLS Microrheology utilizes tracer particles to measure the mean square displacements (MSD) and obtain rheological information of solutions. The study reveals that at higher temperatures, aggregation of BSA leads to an increase in viscoelasticity. The DLS microrheological technique provides a powerful and efficient means to characterize the rheological properties of liquids.
Bovine Serum Albumin
Measurement by Technology:
Dynamic Light Scattering Microrheology
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