SPRi-Biochip functionalized with CHO groups (cysteamine/glutaraldehyde)
CO SPRi-Biochip is based on self-assembled monolayers chemistry. This 2D surface chemistry is ideal for direct coupling and is adapted to many molecules (Oligonucleotide, nucleic acid, peptide, protein, antibody, polymer, small molecule). CO chemistry is suitable for immobilizing molecules with an amine function (NH2 group). The immobilization principle is based on the high affinity of sulphur atoms (present in cystamine) on gold, and the reactions between free amine molecules from proteins (or peptides) and aldehyde molecules (present in Glutaraldehyde). In this process, imine links or Schiff’s bases are formed. The link between cystamine and glutaraldehyde is also an imine.
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Storage conditions: 4°C for 6 months
Shipment: Room Temperature
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