Fluorescent polystyrene/polymethacrylate particles (micromer®-F)

  • are monodisperse particles from polystyrene, substituted polystyrenes, polystyrene-co-polymers or polymethacrylates,
  • are designed with carboxylic acid groups (COOH) and amino groups (NH2) on the particle surface for the covalent binding of proteins, antibodies or other molecules,
  • are available with red (micromer®-redF) and green (micromer®-greenF) fluorescence,
  • are offered with streptavidin on the surface for binding of biotinylated molecules.

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  • Kortmann, M., Analyse der Rolle der C- terminalen Domänen des großen Adhäsins SiiE für die Bindung an polarisierte Epithelzellen, Universität Osnabrück, 2011;
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  • Esseling-Ozdoba, A., Kik, R.A., van Lammeren, A.A.M., Kleijn, J.M., and Emons, A.M.C., Flexibility contra stiffness: the phragmoplast as a physical barrier for beads but not for vesicles, Plant Physiology, 2010, 152, 1065-72;
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  • Witecy, S., Herstellung und Charakterisierung von Einzeldomänenantikörpern und Nanopartikelkonjugaten für die Visualisierung von Tumorzellen, PhD thesis, 2012;
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