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96 Well Microplates with 3D Epoxy Surface

Published: Monday, August 12, 2013
Last Updated: Monday, August 12, 2013
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Ideal platform for covalent binding of biomolecules.

Greiner Bio-One has developed 96 well microplates with a 3D epoxy surface in collaboration with its longstanding cooperation partner PolyAn.

The 3D epoxy surface is the ideal platform for covalent binding of proteins, peptides, DNA and oligonucleotides.

The three-dimensional functional matrix allows the development of covalent binding of nucleophiles to the plate surface without complex coupling chemistry.

The structure of the matrix, which has a thickness of up to 50 nm, also reduces unspecific binding to a minimum.

The three-dimensional epoxy 96 well microplates are used mainly if adsorptive binding of peptides or oligonucleotides, for example, to high/medium binding surfaces is ineffective or the binding strength is not sufficient.

Areas of application include detection methods such as ELISA, ELI-Spot, protein and peptide arrays and DNA binding.

The 3D epoxy surface is chemically and mechanically highly robust and features particularly homogeneous surface functionalisation.

The microplates with a 3D epoxy surface are free of detectable DNases and RNases. The shelf life at room temperature is two years.


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