Hydroxy magnetic nanoparticles
MagP®-OH are superparamagnetic core-shell nanoparticles (≈115 nm) in which the shell is a crosslinked polymer matrix functionalised with hydroxyl groups.
MagP®-OH can be directly used for biomedical imaging, biospecies separation and bioassay development. The enhanced hydrophilicity of MagP®-OH translates into a high degree of biocompatibility, which is important for decreasing background in particle-based assay and in preventing denaturation of immobilised biomolecules.
MagP®-OH particles are lower in price than the whole competence.
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