Plain magnetic nanoparticles
MagP® are plain superparamagnetic core-shell nanoparticles (≈180 nm) in which the shell is based on a plain crosslinked vinyl polymer matrix.
MagP® are specially recommended for high protein loading in a variety of immobilisation applications including RIA (radioimmunoassay) and immunoassays. Biomolecules can be loaded onto the bead’s surface by way of hydrophobic adsorption.
Since MagP®-Particles are porous and have a high surface area, high-protein loading is possible.
MagP®-Particles are lower in price than the whole competence.
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