Epoxy-Activated Agarose

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  • Published date: June 6, 2017
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Epoxy-activated agarose 6B is a pre-activated medium for immobilization of various ligands including sugars through coupling of hydroxy, amino or thiol groups on the ligand to agarose 6B via a 12-atom hydrophilic spacer arm. Epoxy-activated agarose 6B can be used to couple sugars and other carbohydrates via stable ether linkages to hydroxyl groups. http://www.creativebiomart.net/description_436013_312.htm

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