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Azide Magnetic Beads

Polymer-based Magnetic and Clickable Beads for Universal Coverage

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  • Catalog No.
  • Price
  • 1.0 ml
  • BCSE-004-1

  • 210 €
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  • The azide- and alkyne- activated uniform magnetic beads are polymer-based magnetic spheres of 1 μm diameter and used for covalent capturing alkyne- or azide-tagged biopolymers. The uniformity of the beads surfaces allows for low non-specific binding in protein-based systems and superior handling without the use of surfactants. The usage of such high-binding beads that can be easily functionalized with a variety of molecules via click chemistry are various and range from polymer encapsulation and DNA binding towards even high throughput applications

    • Molecular Formula

      not relevant

    • Shelf Life

      12 months unopened after receipt

    • Storage Conditions

      2-8 °C, do not freeze

    • Molecular Weight

      not relevant

    • Physical State

      brown suspension

    • CAS Number

      n.a.

    • Solubility

      Enrichment target: Azide-modified proteins
      Activation level: >20 nmol/mg
      Approx. mean bead size: 0.65 – 1.3 μm
      Support: Highly uniformed supermagnetic particles
      Coating: Highly crosslinked, proprietary (non-styrene) polymer matrix
      Surface area per mg: 5.7 x 109 μm2/mg
      Density: 1.33 g/cm3
      Formation: 10 mg/mL suspension in water
      Preservative: 5 ppm kathon

    • Preparation/Handling

      The beads are not stable in organic solvents and high urea concentrations. The click reaction should thus optimally be done in 100% aqueous media. Other than that, any protocol for click reaction can be used with these beads but might need further experimental adaptation.
      Here is a link that can serve as basis for the development of a suitable protocol for such reactions.

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