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Amine-terminated magnetic particles

50 mg/mL in deionized water

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50 mg/mL in deionized water

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~12 μmol per mL


Superparamagnetic iron oxide particles, approx. 1 μm in size


~10 mg/mL, protein coupling capacity (protein)

storage temp.



Amine-terminated magnetic particles are buffered in an aqueous solution and used for affinity chromatography, protein chromatography and activated/functionalized matrices. Amine-terminated magnetic particles have been used in the development of methods to detect Mycobacterium tuberculosis and Herpes Simplex Virus-1.

Storage Class

11 - Combustible Solids




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Edith Torres-Chavolla et al.
Biosensors & bioelectronics, 26(11), 4614-4618 (2011-05-28)
The present study describes the development of a DNA based biosensor to detect Mycobacterium tuberculosis using thermophilic helicase-dependent isothermal amplification (tHDA) and dextrin coated gold nanoparticles (AuNPs) as electrochemical reporter. The biosensor is composed of gold nanoparticles (AuNPs) and amine-terminated
David A C Thomson et al.
The Analyst, 136(8), 1599-1607 (2011-03-04)
Amplification-free detection of nucleic acids in complex biological samples is an important technology for clinical diagnostics, especially in the case where the detection is quantitative and highly sensitive. Here we present the detection of a synthetic DNA sequence from Herpes
Feng Wang et al.
Bioresource technology, 101(23), 8931-8935 (2010-07-27)
Newly large-pore magnetic mesoporous silica nanoparticles (MMSNPs) with wormhole framework structures were synthesized for the first time by using tetraethyl orthosilicate as the silica source and amine-terminated Jeffamine surfactants as template. Iminodiacerate was attached on these MMSNPs through a silane-coupling

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