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...immunoassays, the newest dyed-particle sandwich tests, and solid-phase assays using silica or magnetic microspheres. Before microspheres can be used in any test or assay, they must be prepared for binding and coated with a ligand (usually a protein). The microspheres' interaction with other test...

...is probably covalent coupling, at only one point of attachment, preferably at the 5' or 3' end. DNA can be bound to either polymeric or silica microspheres. 14. Protein does not adsorb to hydrophilic silica microspheres; it must therefore be linked covalently to any of several coupling groups...

The interest in optical microfibers has been recently renewed [1-14] giving rise to the development of microfiber photonics. Very low-loss optical microfibers are usually fabricated by tapering the conventional silica optical fibers [1,2,4,11]. Microfiber photonics uses microfibers as building...

...disproved, several groups subsequently tried to apply it to synthetic systems. Pauling's student, Frank Dickey, attempted to form specific absorbents using silica. In the 1970s Wulff, at the University of D usseldorf (Germany), formed covalent bonds between a monomer and the template molecule, followed...

...or solid-glass microspheres, ground silica, or diatomaceous earth antimicrobial through a surface treatment. The Biosafe chemistry is FDA listed as a modifier to medical devices and has received its EPA...

...attempting to create silica shells for the experimental nanoparticles. These shells would prevent the fluids from losing their magnetism over time, and would give them the potential to be permanently implanted, Riffle explains. Copyright (C)2002 Medical Device & Diagnostic Industry. Suppliers Archived...

...that uses a purified alginate (seaweed-derived) material to coat insulin-producing islet cells. Others use carbon-based microspheres. Solgene Therapeutics LLC (Westlake Village, CA), on the other hand, is working with a purely synthetic encapsulation matrix silica gel. Edward Pope, chairman and CEO...

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