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Well-Coated™ Amine Binding (2 Citations)



Well-Coated™ Amine Binding plates are designed to specifically bind primary amines of peptides, proteins and other molecules.  The Well-Coated™ Amine Binding plates are designed to overcome the inherent issues of passive adsorption for immobilizing peptides and other ligands for binding assays.

 

Well-Coated™ Amine Binding plates are maleic anhydride activated plates that react with primary amines to form amide bonds that are stable at pH≥7.  Acidic conditions will hydrolyze the bonds releasing the peptide/ligand, therefore binding of peptide/ligand to plates should be performed at pH8-9 and the binding assays or ELISA should be performed at pH≥7. 

 

The wells are coated to a 200µl depth.  The clear, white and black plates are offered for colorimetric, chemiluminescence and fluorescent detection systems, respectively. The clear plates are 8-well strip plates.

 


Features

  • Rapid and spontaneous binding of primary amines
  • Stable plates, for immobilizing molecules by covalent attachment to the plate for ELISA and other assays

 


Applications

  • For the binding of peptides, proteins and other ligands through primary amines

 

 

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German
Spanish
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Portuguese
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Swedish
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French
German
Spanish
Norwegian
Portuguese
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Polish
Technical Literature
Antibody Handbook
Assay Development A handbook for selection of products for assay development, including coated plates, blocking agents, antibodies, enzymes and antibody labeling tools.
Bioassays Handbook

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