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Sensor Chip CM5
Sensor Chip CM5

The most versatile chip available – the first choice for immobilization via -NH2, -SH, -CHO, -OH or -COOH groups.

Series S Sensor Chip CM7
Sensor Chip CM7

Use when achieving the required immobilization level is a challenge. Suitable for small molecule work and fragment-based screening.

Sensor Chip CM4, Series S
Sensor Chip CM4

Use when sample contaminants have a high postive charge.

Sensor Chip CM3, Series S
Sensor Chip CM3

An alternative to Sensor Chip CM5 with shorter dextran matrix and similar charge density - to explore alternative assay conditions.

Sensor Chip x 2 PEG
Sensor Chip PEG

Sensor chip that provides an excellent alternative for analytes that demonstrate unwanted binding to dextran-based surfaces.

Sensor Chip C1, Series S
Sensor Chip C1

For covalent immobilization if there is a need to avoid dextran on the surface.

Series S Sensor Chip Protein A
Sensor Chip Protein A

For orientation-specific binding of antibodies through Fc-region. With MabSelect SuRe ligand on the surface.

Biacore Sensor Chip Protein G
Sensor Chip Protein G

For orientation-specific binding of antibodies through Fc-region. Specific to many mammalian species and all human IgG subclasses.

Sensor chip Protein L
Sensor Chip Protein L

Protein L is a Biacore Extend product for site-directed antibody capture.

Sensor Chip NTA, Series S
Sensor Chip NTA

For convenient capture of histidine-tagged molecules.

Sensor Chip SA

For stable and convenient immobilization of biotinylated molecules.

Sensor Chip L1, Series S
Sensor Chip L1

For stable high-capacity capture of vesicles and liposomes.

SIA Kit Au
SIA Kit Au

Use for the design and creation of unique surface chemistries.

Sensor Chip HPA
Sensor Chip HPA

Use when working with model membrane systems.

Sensor Chip Au
Sensor Chip Au

Use for the design and creation of unique surface chemistries.