Nonwoven nanofibre membrane for covalent immobilisation of biomolecules

Tiss®-Link is a nonwoven nanofibre membrane made by electrospinning. It has a pre-activated surface (containing 3-atom spacer) for direct covalent immobilisation of biomolecules.

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Our revolutionary technology has allowed the development of fibre tissues that directly and covalently attach any biomolecule under mild conditions of temperature and pH (RT and physiological pH) in a short period of time. This patented technology has the following features:

  • Do not need to be pre-activated for the immobilisation of biomolecules.
  • Covalent attachment of thiol-, amine- and/or imidazole- containing biomolecules to the surface of the membrane, resulting in a highly bio-active material.
  • Enhancing sensitivity with a lesser amount of the biomolecule.
  • Enhancing stability.
  • Absence of undesired interactions with a remarkably decreasing of the background after blocking.


Tiss®-Link is specially recommended to act as a support for all the applications that require a covalent immobilisation of biomolecules including:

  • RIA (radioimmunoassay), 
  • immunoassays (ELISA kits, lateral flow test strips, etc…)
  • and DNA flow. 

Competitive edge

Tiss®-Link does not need to be pre-activated for immobilisation of biomolecules.

NanoMyP® is the only company that provides this type of membranes as they are based on a patented technology.

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"A novel optical biosensor for direct and selective determination of serotonin in serum by Solid Surface-Room Temperature Phosphorescence". Biosens. Bioelectron (2016)

“Novel optical sensing film based on a functional nonwoven nanofibre mat for an easy, fast and highly selective and sensitive detection of tryptamine in beer”. Biosens. Bioelectron (2016)


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16x11 cm (4 units)

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For large orders, please request quotation to our sales department (commercial@nanomyp.com).

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