sicastar® particles are available with carboxylic acid groups (COOH) on the surface in the size range from 50 nm to 20 µm. For conjugation of amino groups of target molecules the COOH groups of the particles can be activated with carbodiimide (see Technote 200).
The particles are supplied in water without any surfactants.

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