NEW PRODUCTS: Versalinx, Expressarray p53, BioCube System | GenomeWeb

Prolinx introduced two new products for protein detection called Versalinx rapid protein-enzyme conjugation kits HRP and AP. These kits incorporate the company’s Versalinx affinity technology for immobilizing macromolecules, which is based on the specific interaction between P(D)BA (phenyl(di)boronic acid) and SHA (salicylhydroxamic acid). The new products use the Versalinx complex to attach an enzyme molecule (horseradish peroxidase or alkaline phosphatase) to any protein probe.


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