streptavidin coated glass
Austin P. So (Hae Jin)
nobody at nowhere.com
Sat Apr 1 16:47:57 EST 2006
It doesn't bind covalently. Non-specific adsorption, yes.
If you are asking how to do it covalently, you need to get aldehyde
coated (with subsequent reduction) or N-hydroxysuccinimide (to form an
amide) coated glass.
Linda Payet wrote:
> Do anyone have the answer for the question : how bind streptavidin covalently on a glass surface?
> Linda Payet
> Department of Physics, University of Alberta
> Edmonton CANADA
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