Aggregation of Protein Nanoparticles Testing by Optical Spectroscopy


In this contribution we report on the inverse optical problem solution for characterizing protein nanoparticles aggregation by optical spectroscopy: absorption spectra, integral static (time average) light scattering spectra and intensity of differential static light scattering. The measurements are compatible, non-destructive and can provide information about the processes in "ill-defined" three-dimensional disperse systems (3D DS) with nanoparticles.