magnetic beads super-paramagnetic carboxyl 600
magnetic particles for Research and Development research: magnetic particles are surface activated magnetic particles that stick or bind to proteins (e.g. antibodies, enzymes), peptides, nucleic acids and lygands Different surface modifications allow for choosing the optimal product for the right molecule to be coupled, and with magnetic bead or magsi use. The magnetic particles platform has a broad range of coupling possibilities such as carboxyl, NH2, SH, CHO, tosyl, hydrazide and epoxy. magnetic particles are available with 600 nm, 1.0 m or 3.0 m mean diameter. magnetic particles S carboxyl particles are superparamagnetic silica particles with a carboxyl modified surface. Intended for carboiimide coupling chemistry with NH2 containing molecules.
These magsi nanoparticles can be used for DNA, RNA, protein, antibody and peptide purification. They are a mix of iron and silica that is superparamagnetic.
super-paramagnetic carboxyl 600
All kind of bead conjugates are available, magnetic, borosilicate, agarose protein A. magnetic beads can be isolated by a macs type magnet. Magnetic bead separation is a quick, efficient, clean process that scientists use to replace filtration, centrifugation and separation techniques. Magnetic beads and particles are used as carriers of antigens, antibodies, catalyzers, proteins and nucleic acids, enabling action on cells, bacteria, viruses and other biological entities.
magnetic particles super-paramagnetic carboxyl 600
Scope note:A cell-separation technique where magnetizable microspheres or beads are first coated with monoclonal antibody, allowed to search and bind to target cells, and are then selectively removed when passed through a magnetic field. Among other applications, the technique is commonly used to remove tumor cells from the marrow (BONE MARROW PURGING) of patients who are to undergo autologous bone marrow transplantation.
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