for bio-orthogonal binding of oligonucleotides, peptides, and small molecules containing alkyne or cyclo-alkyne groups via Click chemistry.
- Simple coupling chemistry, highly specific bio-orthogonal reaction
- Alternative to conventional Streptavidin-Biotin immobilization
- Three-dimensional (3D)-surface chemistry comprised of a long-chain polymer containing a defined number of azide groups. The 3D-structure incorporates moieties that reduce unspecific binding
- Polypropylene plates available for applications using organic solvents or aggressive media
Measurements to demonstrate and verify the efficient immobilization of DBCO-modified oligonucleotides to 3D-Azide microplates via copper-free click-chemistry.
Left: Immobilization of a 5’-DBCO-oligonucleotide (20mer, 3'-labelled with 6-FAM) via strain promoted alkyne-azide cycloaddition (SPAAC), Right: Hybridization with the corresponding anti-strand (5’-labelled with TAMRA).