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New miniaturised, high throughput technologies for bio-separation, diagnostics,
DNA sequencing, flow cytometry, drug discovery, proteomics and genomics are
in many instances reliant on attachment of functional biological molecules to
microspheres. Key uses for microspheres in life sciences applications include: capture reagents for lateral flow immunoassays; surfaces for
immunoprecipitation; fluorescence immunoassays; enzyme immunoassays
(EIA); diagnostic assays; fluorescence microscopy; flow cytometry / image
cytometry; magnetic cell separation; molecular diagnostics; agglutination tests;
nucleic acid separation and protein separation among others. Current microsphere technologies use solid or porous/cracked microspheres
which limit binding capacity for biological molecules to surface based
attachment, a key factor constraining performance enhancement and the
development of new applications for microsphere technologies and products.
We have developed a novel, patented microsphere technology platform,
comprising a loosely linked polyethyleneimine polymer matrix that allows
penetration of biological and synthetic molecules throughout the volume of the
microspheres. This offers exceptionally high surface area for binding of
molecules and allows performance that is orders of magnitude greater than
existing alternatives. The binding capacity serves as a major contributor to the selection of a microsphere technology by end users as it translates to improved
performance, efficiency, miniaturisation of processes, enhanced sensitivity and
reduced R&D cost.
ReSyn™ Technology Description
So why should you choose ReSyn™ microspheres for your applications?
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