For certain biological applications, it may be necessary to introduce functional groups or linkers on a biopolymer. The figure on the left shows how a biopolymer (M1) reacts with a modification agent (M2) and obtains a functional group (FG). In certain cases, the modification agent is not necessarily incorporated into the biopolymer.
For the convenience of the researchers, CellMosaic carries some common biopolymers modified with unique functional groups that are ready for labeling or conjugation. These biopolymers include antibodies, antibody fragments, enzymes, such as alkaline phosphatase (AP) and horseradish peroxidase (HRP), proteins, such as BSA and KLH, peptides and peptidomimetics, and DNA and DNA analogs. If there is any product you would like us to put on the shelf, pleaselet us know.
For biopolymers specific to one's project, CellMosaic provides custom synthesis at an affordable price. CellMosaic can introduce modifications on biopolymers, including peptides and DNA, during or after the assembly of these molecules.