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Ideal for adsorption of thiolated ligands such as oligonucleotides and polyethylene glycols. Also, due to the increased stability, these gold nanoparticles are ideal for use in physical and optical applications. Note: This product is not ideal for protein adsorption. For gold nanoparticles suitable for adsorption of proteins and other ligands for conjugate development, please see our gold nanoparticles stabilized in PBS.
This material is highly monodisperse (<12% variability in size and shape), and provides significantly improved surface reactivity. Applications include Surface Enhanced Raman Lables1, Sensing/Detection2, Biological Targeting3, Plasmonics4 and Electronics5.
25, 100 mL in glass bottle
Product of CytoDiagnostics, Inc.
For use in optical electronics research only.
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