Carboxylated Magnetic Beads (5% solid)
Catalog Number: M2010002 (1 mL)
Carboxylated Magnetic Beads are provided as a 5% solid suspension of 0.7-1.3 um of carboxyl-modified magnetic particles. These particles have high response time, superior stability and high binding capacity. Available carboxyl groups allow for fast and stable covalent linkage to proteins, antigens and antibodies as well as small molecules. Large bulk amounts are available upon request.
Carboxylated Magnetic Beads
Catalog number: M2010002
Bead Diameter: 0.7-1.3 um
Percent Solid: 5%
Volume/Weight: 1 mL
Supplied as: Liquid Suspension
Appearance: Dark brown iron-oxide suspension
Applications: Carboxylated Magnetic Beads are a 5% solid suspension of 0.7-1.3 um of carboxyl-modified magnetic particles with high response time, superior stability and high binding capacity. Available carboxyl groups allow for fast and stable covalent linkage to proteins, antigens and antibodies as well as small molecules.
Storage: 2-8C (do not freeze)
Keywords: carboxylate modified particles, carboxylate modified magnetic beads, Magnetic carboxylate modified particles, Carboxyl Magnetic Beads, Carboxyl Mag Beads, Magnetic Beads with Carboxyl groups.
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