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AnaChip™ Plus Application Surface
Unmodified AnaChip™ Plus Proteins from low to high molecular weight, peptides, nucleic acids, carbohydrates, lipids, and liposomes Silicon oxynitride giving hydroxyl surface chemistry carrying negative charge
Amine AnaChip™Plus Proteins from low to high molecular weight, peptides, nucleic acids, carbohydrates, lipids, and liposomes Surface via -NH2, -CHO or -SH groups on target biomolecule, using one of a range of linker chemistries
His Tag AnaChip™ Plus High signal-to-noise levels and additionally is amenable to regeneration making it ideal for automated studies, for protein and small molecule interactions. The M2+ His-tag surface is a highly oriented capture surface showing extremely low levels of non specific binding (nsb).
Thiol AnaChip™ Plus Study of DNA, RNA, proteins from low to high molecular weight, peptides. Surface via -NH2 or -SH groups on target biomolecule, with or without linker chemistry
C18 AnaChip™ Plus Adsorption of hydrophobic proteins and peptides and forming lipid-based mimics for membrane protein studies Surface for adsorption of hydrophobic biomolecules, usually those associated with membrane environments
Cellulose AnaChip™ Plus Fabric care cleaning and conditioning formulation development, paper technology and ink formulation studies Fabric care cleaning and conditioning formulation development, paper technology and ink formulation studies
GlycanSurface Kit The surface is created for the capture of biomolecules such as lectins for glycobiology studies Kit is assembled to allow the preparation of a quantitative heparin surface.
PEG-Cholesterol AnaChip™ Plus The surface allows self assembly and Capture of liposome preparations Surface allows greater access to the bilayers and for incorporation of peptides and proteins

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