streptavidin coated glass

Louis Hom lhom at OCF.Berkeley.EDU
Mon Apr 3 07:32:33 EST 2006

One relatively straightforward way of covalently binding proteins to glass 
is to use a mercaptosilane (e.g., mercaptopropyltrimethoxysilane) and a 
maleimide-NHS crosslinker, or to use an epoxysilane (e.g., glycidoxypropyl 
trimethoxysilane) to functionalize the glass surface.  Both allow you to 
react with primary amines.
Lou Hom >K'93			     
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