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Biotin-SAM Formation Reagent Biotin-SAM Formation Reagent
Item #: B564 -

Product Description There are three ways to immobilize a protein on a Surface Plasmon Resonance (SPR) or Quartz Crystal Microbalance (QCM) biosensor consisting of Self-Assembled Monolayer (SAM); 1) Formation of covalent bond of amine functions on proteins and activated carboxy-SAM; 2) immobilize proteins by His-Tag through Ni-NTA-terminated SAM; 3) Immobilization of proteins through Biotin and Avidin interaction. Because the Biotin-Avidin formation is known as a facile reaction, it is widely...

Carboxylic acid-SAM Formation reagent Carboxylic acid-SAM Formation reagent
Item #: C488 -

Product Description Carboxylic acid-SAM Formation Reagent is used to prepare carboxylic acid- terminated self-assembled monolayers (SAMs) on gold surfaces as biosensors detected by QCM (Quartz Crystal Microbalance), SPR (Surface Plasmon Resonance), and electrochemical analysis. Coupled with carboxyl group activation method using NHS/WSC, carboxylic acid-SAM can be used as an interface to immobilize proteins or peptides and other ligands on gold surfaces (Fig. 1). In general, carboxylic...

NTA-SAM Formation Reagent NTA-SAM Formation Reagent, Histag, Ni, HIS-tag, Histag protein,
Item #: N475 -

Product Description NTA forms a stable complex with heavy metals such as Ni, it is, therefore, applied to introduce metal ions onto NTA-biomolecules or NTA-compounds. These metal chelate compounds have been commonly used to detect specific substances which interact with metal ions such as His-Tagged proteins. What is SAM Formation Reagent? SAM (Self-Assembled Monolayer) is a highly organized thin layer of molecules formed on a solid surface by chemisorption. Due to its high applicability, SAM...