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InnovaCoat® - A Revolution in Nano-Gold Conjugation

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InnovaCoat® GOLD products are ‘conjugation friendly’ nanoparticles with a proprietary surface coat that greatly enhances colloidal stability and permits easy covalent attachment of a variety of molecules, including antibodies, analytes and other biomolecules.

In the case of immuno-gold conjugates, the antibody can be attached irreversibly without the need for extensive trials at different values of pH and/or salt concentration, as is typical of traditional ‘passive’ binding methods.

In the case of analyte-gold conjugates, the multipoint attachment of the polymer to the gold surface ensures that the analyte is firmly anchored. By contrast, direct attachment of analytes to gold surfaces by self-assembly techniques is far less stable and unwanted desorption is a significant problem.
InnovaCoat® GOLD nanoparticles can be provided in a variety of formats (e.g. 10 OD liquid or as lyophilized nanoparticles) formulated to allow a one-step reaction with antibodies.

The kits available are designed for research use and for the development of diagnostic products, specifically for the screening of potential antibodies or small scale ‘proof of principle’ studies.  Please contact us if you require any additional information and to discuss your bulk or custom conjugation requirements.

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Innova Biosciences Ltd
Babraham Hall, Babraham, Cambridge CB22 3AT United Kingdom

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