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Thermo Scientific Provides Advanced Plate Options for Immunoassay Protocols


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Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc. has released a large portfolio of immunoassay surfaces to ensure that users get the best results from their assays.

Passive binding surfaces are available to adsorb medium to large biomolecules in a range of orientations.

For more specific binding, the Thermo Scientific Nunc CovaLink plates facilitate coupling of molecules bearing a free carboxyl or phosphate group, enabling peptides, haptens and DNA to be effectively coupled.

In addition, the Nunc™ Immobilizer amino plate forms stable covalent bonds with the free amino acids or sulfhydryl groups of the biomolecule, eliminating the need for a blocking step.

Affinity capture surfaces offer even more specific binding, with reduced variability in molecular orientation and improved signal to noise ratio.

In order to help users to select the best plate format to meet the demands of their application, the interactive and searchable Thermo Scientific immunoassay plate selector guide is a free resource, providing in-depth detail about the range of plates available and their applications.

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