chemicell develops and produces innovative bioseparation- gene transfection and detection systems based on magnetic nano- and microparticles. Focus of our product development is to design high quality customer-oriented "ready-to use" kits with special orientation towards the compatibility for labor automatisation. It is chemicell's policy to be open for cooperations with other companies or scientific institutes to maximize the chances and opportunities that evolve from the rapid development of biotechnological procedures and to distribute innovative new products.
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Version 2.4 / 2011-02
The separator is designed to separate magnetic nano- and microparticles in 50 ml and 15 ml centrifuge tubes.
To expand the nano-screenMAG products range, we now offer our nano-screenMAG particles with a bright pink fluorescent dye.
nano-screenMAG particles consist of a magnetite core which is first covered by a lipophilic fluorescence dye.
nano-screenMAG emits light in the range of blue (Exc.= 378 nm / Emmax.= 413 nm), green (Exc.= 476 nm / Emmax.= 490 nm), orange (Exc.= 524 nm / Emmax.= 539 nm), pink (Exc.= 547nm / Emmax.=581nm) and red (Exc.= 578 nm / Emmax.= 613 nm) light.
ZeoliteMAG are magnetic zeolite particles, which consist of a superparamagnetic iron oxide core and a high-porous aluminosilicate matrix.
The microporous zeolite structure is anionic charged and therefore useful as a high capacity cationic-exchanger for separation of cationic charged substances.
SiCORE are 1 µm sized non-magnetic, monodisperse microspheres based on a silica matrix.
screenCORE are 1 µm sized fluorescent, non-magnetic, monodisperse microspheres based on a silica matrix.
The advantage of silica microspheres compared to polystyrene microspheres are the inert and stable solid-phase silica matrix without autofluorescence and are autoclaved for sterile applications.
beadBALL are 1 µm sized non-magnetic, monodisperse microspheres based on a highly mechanical and chemical stable polyvinyl chloride matrix.
beadBALL microspheres are useful for covalent binding of bioaffine ligands, such as proteins or antibodies.
chemicell now offers PEG-amine derivatives with different PEG chain lengths. These PEG-amine compounds are useful for covenant coupling to carboxyl or amine groups of the target molecule (e.g. peptide, protein).
Pegylation, the modification of a protein, peptide or other target molecule by the linking of one or more polyethylene glycol (PEG) chains, is a useful tool to improve the stability of a protein. This involves a prolonged residence in the body, a decreased degradation by metabolic enzymes and a reduction or elimination of protein immunogenicity.