Magnetic polystyrene particles (micromer®-M)

  • are monodisperse particles which consist of magnetite around an organic matrix of a styrene-maleic acid-copolymer,
  • are finally coated with a polymer layer for the encapsulation of magnetite and the introduction of chemical functionalities,
  • can easily be separated with conventional permanent magnets,
    are provided as standard products in the size range of 2 to 10 microns,
  • are designed with the surface functionalities NH2, PEG-NH2, COOH and PEG-COOH for the covalent binding of proteins, antibodies or other molecules,
  • are available with covalently bound proteins (avidin, streptavidin, protein A).

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