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Carboxylated Latex Particles (10% solid)

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Catalog Number: L2010001 (5 mL)
Carboxylated Latex Particles are solid suspensions (10%) of carboxyl-modified polystyrene (latex) particles available in a wide array of sizes ranging from 60 nm to 400 nm (mean diameter). Available carboxyl groups allow for fast and stable covalent linkage to proteins, antigens and antibodies as well as small molecules. With superior stability, high binding capacity and ultra-high specificity (low background), these particles have been extensively validated in immuno-turbidimetric assays. Bulk orders are available upon request.

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Carboxylated Latex Particles
Catalog number: L2010001
Particle Diameter: 60 nm to 400 nm (use size selector below)
Percent Solid: 9.8-10.2%
Volume/Weight: 5 mL
Supplied as: Liquid Suspension
Appearance: Milky white suspension
Applications: Carboxylated Latex Particles are a 10% solid suspension of carboxyl-modified polystyrene (latex) particles available in a wide array of sizes ranging from as small as 60 nm to as large as 400 nm in diameter (larger particles can be made on demand). Available carboxyl groups allow for fast and stable covalent linkage to proteins, antigens and antibodies as well as small molecules. With superior stability, high binding capacity and ultra-high specificity (low background), these particles have been extensively validated in immunoturbidimetric assays at both academic and industrial scales.
Storage: Shipped at room temperature. Store at 2-8C (do NOT freeze).
Keywords: carboxylate modified particles, carboxylate modified latex particles, Polystyrene carboxylate modified particles, Carboxyl Latex Beads, Carboxyl Latex Particles, carboxylate-modified polystyrene

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