Covalent binding surfaces for Immunoassays
PolyAn´s reactive microplates are beneficial for immobilizing biomolecules that inefficiently coat by passive adsorption. PolyAn offers amine-binding and nucleophilic binding surfaces as well as 3D-Azide plates for bio-orthogonal binding via click-chemistry.
- Reactive surfaces for covalent immobilization ensure minimal leaching
- Withstands rigorous washing
- Minimal unspecific binding due to 3D functional matrix
- Control of orientation of the probe to be immobilized and even directed (bio-orthogonal) immobilization possible
3D-Epoxy 96 well plate ELISA, C-bottom, transparent, 12 x 8 strip
|Id||00 695 251|
|Title||3D-Epoxy 96 well plate ELISA, C-bottom, transparent, 12 x 8 strip|
|Format||96 well plate ELISA, C-bottom, transparent, 12 x 8 strip|
|Surface Modifications||3D-Epoxy, 100 µL functionalization volume|
|Product Dimensions||85 x 128 x 14 mm|
|Packaging Volume||4 plates/Box|
|Dimensions||128 x 86 x 45mm|
|Hts Code||HTS Code: 39 26 90 97|
|Description||Uncharged 3D-Epoxy matrix for reaction with nucleophilic groups, e.g. amines, thiols and hydroxyl groups, under formation of a covalent bond. Control of orientation of the probe to be immobilized and even directed (bio-orthogonal) immobilization possible. Suitable for binding of peptides, proteins and other biomolecules.|
The plates are offered for colorimetric, chemiluminescence and fluorescent detection systems, respectively. Please go to this section for glass bottom plates with a wide range of surfaces and well designs. Additionally, PolyAn offers functionalized, solvent stable microplates that are comprised of Polypropylene (PP) as well as covalently coated Streptavidin and Neutravidin plates.
Customised plate surfaces
Please do not hesitate to contact us, if you require a special surface for binding of your biomolecules that is not listed in the products table. Other plate formats and substrates can be equipped with our surfaces as part of our Molecular Surface Engineering Services. We are also happy to support you in developing suitable protocols for coating on our plates.