CDL Biosensor

The CDL biosensor is a medium capacity three-dimensional chemistry that comprises a thin Dextran layer with carboxylic acids

SPR Biosensor - CDL

(Replaces COOH2) The CDL biosensor is a medium capacity three-dimensional chemistry that comprises a thin Dextran layer with carboxylic acids. The Dextran spacer is excellent for reducing non-specific binding and is biocompatible with a wide range of molecules. Amine coupling is the standard immobilization method for CDL and its coupling capacity is between the COOH1 and CDH biosensors. Typical uses are measuring kinetics of intermediate (>1 kDa) to large molecules (>25 kDa).

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Product Part Number
Pioneer Biosensors – CDL #19-0127

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