Chemical Crosslinking Services

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  • Published date: February 26, 2019
  • Modified date: October 17, 2019
    • Shirley, New York, United States

Crosslinkers are widely used in modifying nuclei acids, drugs and polymers. The same principle applies to protein modification and labeling. Based on factors such as reactivities and spacer length, the reagents for crosslinking are classified into different types, each having its own specific function and application. In particular, introducing protein-protein crosslinks using bifuncational small molecules with highly selective reactivities enables specific conjugations to amines, thiols, carbohydrate and other functional groups. Our team of well-trained biological and organic chemists assist customers in a way precisely adapted to their requirements, serving either specific research goals or as a partnership for a full range support.
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