Functionalized Amine Polystyrene 0.750µm

Specification range: 0.720 – 0.780µm

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Our carboxylate-modified polystyrene latex microspheres are suitable for the covalent immobilization of proteins, peptides, and nucleic acids. They are synthesized via emulsion polymerization, and are available in diameters up to ~20µm, with typical size CVs of 10%. Most products are supplied as 10% solids suspension (w/w) in de-ionized water with surfactant and sodium azide.

Amine-functionalized microspheres offer further options for coupling of biomolecules. Glutaraldehyde is commonly used for the immobilization of amine-containing compounds, and specialized linkers are available for targeted coupling of thiol or carbohydrate moieties.

MSDS / Technical Data Sheets / Product Literature

Functionalized Anime Polystyrene Product Data Sheet

Funtionalized Anime Polystyrene Safety Data Sheet

Functionalized Anime Polystyrene Tech Note