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Molecular Function

Molecular biology is the branch of biology that deals with the formation, structure, and function of macromolecules essential to life, such as nucleic acids and proteins, as well as their role in biological processes. It is also the branch of biology that deals with the manipulation of DNA so that it can be sequenced or mutated as a way to study gene, protein, and cell function. 

Molecular function studies are critical to understanding the role of macromolecules in both normal biological processes and disease conditions. There are numerous methods available to examine molecular function, many of which leverage fluorescence or luminescence labeling techniques which require sensitive and flexible detection methods.

Molecular Devices provides one of the widest ranges of detection technologies for life sciences research--from dedicated, single-readout instruments to automated, multi-detection systems. We also offer systems that support high content, live cell, and label-free analyses to help you generate more biologically relevant results.

We know that you are always looking for more sensitive, reproducible, yet cost-effective methods to support your research efforts, and we do our best to deliver them. Please select among the links below to learn more about the technologies we provide that support evaluation of some of today's high-priority molecular targets.