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AnteoBind™ offers an improved workflow for solid phase immunoassay development across a wide range of proteins and polysaccharides — including challenging macromolecules that underperform using conventional conjugation methods.
AnteoBind™’s one-step activation workflow means activated particles can be conjugated immediately or stably stored for later use, providing flexibility in experimental design and production schedules.
AnteoBind™ is compatible with a variety of microspheres and nanoparticles, including gold colloids and fluorescent, europium, magnetic nanoparticles, as well as planar surfaces, including glass and engineered.
At AnteoTech, we offer the opportunity to work alongside our highly-skilled and experienced team of scientists via our Contract Services.
AnteoBind™ is a metal-ion complex-based activation technology used in Life Sciences industry, providing an alternative to conventional bioconjugation methods such as EDC/NHS. It’s straightforward to use, with a one-step activation workflow that speeds up the protein coupling process.
When particles are added to AnteoBind™, they incubate at room temperature for at least 60 minutes. From there, activated particles can be conjugated immediately or stored in AnteoBind™ at 2-8°C for up to one year.
Activation of particles with AnteoBind™ in preparation for you to conjugate your protein.
The development of a conjugation method that best suits your protein.
Comprehensive services in lateral flow immunoassay development.
“We could unequivocally show that this coating AnteoBind™ is also a superior and simple strategy for the surface activation, prior to µCP [microcontact printing] of proteins. Based on the intended application and pursued sensitivity of the assay, the reagent can be used in a wide concentration range, also in combination with common surface passivation steps.”
Karimian, Tina, et al. “A Simplified and Robust Activation Procedure of Glass Surfaces for Printing Proteins and Subcellular Micropatterning Experiments.”