CellMosaic labels biopolymers with either commercial or custom-made small molecules.
Small molecules (M2) that can be attached to a biopolymer include fluorescent compounds, chemiluminescent compounds, biotin, haptens, and other custom-made or commercial chemicals having carboxyl, primary amine, aldehyde/keto, hydroxyl, hydrazine/aminoxy, or thiol reactive functional group(s).
Typical biopolymers (M1) include antibodies, antibody fragments, enzymes (such as alkaline phosphatase and horseradish peroxidase,) proteins, peptides and peptidomimetics, DNA and DNA analogs, and avidin/streptavidin. L is the linker that connects M1 with M2, and n is the molar ratio of M2 to M1.
At CellMosaic, we carry biopolymers labeled with various small molecules such as biotin and fluorescent compounds. If there is any product you would like us to put on the shelf, please let us know. For biopolymers that are specific to one's project, CellMosaic provides custom biopolymer labeling at an affordable price.