Fig.1 A biosensor construction by Biotin-SAM Formation Reagent
Storage Condition: 0-5°C
Shipping Condition: ambient temperature
Keyword: Self-Assembled Monolayers, SAM, SPR, QCM, biosensors, protein immobilization
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 utilized for immobilization of protein (Fig 1).
Fig. 2 Comparison of the amount of bound streptavidin, unspecific binding of FBS, bound biotinylated BSA between Biotin-SAM Formation Reagent and Company A.
Example of Solvents
1 mmol/L (ethanol solution)：Dissolve 1 bottle in 1 mL ethanol
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