HALF MOON BAY, CA – GenNext Technologies, Inc., provider of novel instrumentation, software, and services for structural biology announced the release of the AutoFox Protein Footprinting System, a massive innovation in protein HOS research, at the California Separation Science Society combined Mass Spectrometry and Higher Order Structure (CASSS MS/HOS) meetings.
With the launch of the new AutoFox® System, GenNext is empowering structural biology researchers to perform fully automated Hydroxyl Radical Protein Footprinting (HRPF) without the need for expensive, complicated, and hazardous lasers. Plus, GenNext’s FoxWare® Software eradicates data processing bottlenecks with this powerful program tailored to meet the demands of HOS analysis.
The AutoFox System is the world’s only fully automated radical protein footprinting instrument. The AutoFox system enables hands-free, high-throughput, and reproducible protein footprinting leveraging two key and proprietary innovations available in the latest GenNext system:
For the first time, researchers can harness the power of fully automated, chip-based Hydroxyl Radical Protein Footprinting.
"The CASSS MS meeting is the perfect venue to introduce our flagship system to the structural biology research community." stated Scot Weinberger, CEO of GenNext Technologies. "Many years of hard work from the GenNext team of staff and scientific advisory board members coalesced in a truly revolutionary platform that will seamlessly integrate into the biopharmaceutical drug discovery and development workflow."