Wheat Germ Coated Surface offers a powerful and sensitive instrument for binding in specific way the carbohydrate fraction of glycoproteins, enzymes and cell membranes.
Wheat Germ Coated Surface shows specific affinity for molecules containing N-acetyl-D-glucosamine residue and binds in specific way the carbohydrate fraction of glycoproteins, enzymes and cell membranes.
Wheat Germ Lectin, belonging to the lectins family, is a Hemagglutinin obtained from the common wheat germ Triticum Vulgaris. It is well known that lectins have been used extensively for the isolation of glyco-conjugates and glycoproteins with specific carbohydrate structures.
The optical properties of polystyrene remain unchanged, allowing the use of the modified surface as a powerful tool for diagnostic assays.
Examples of applications for Wheat Germ Coated surface
- studies of surfaces of normal and transformed cells
- glycoprotein purification including membrane glycoproteins
- studies of cell surface changes during development and the cell cycle
Biomat Wheat Germ Coated Products
Wheat Germ Coated Surfaces main features
Biomat Wheat Germ Coated products have the following characteristics:
- Ready to Use
- Manufactured under ISO:9001 guidelines
- All lots are tested for uniformity and reproducibility
- Certificate of Quality is released for every lot
- For Research Use Only
Also, Wheat Germ Coated Products ensures:
The Wheat Germ Coated Products show a CV% less than 5 when a HIgG-HRP is used as detector and TMB as substrate in an ELISA format.
Storage and Stability
The Wheat Germ Coated products, if unopened, are stable at 2 – 8 °C until the expiration date printed on the label. If opened, store in closed pouch with desiccant and use within the expiration date.
Wheat Germ Coated Microplates Specifications
Wheat Germ is coated using 200 μl/well.
Biomat has evaluated the binding specificity of its Wheat Germ Coated 96-Well Plate. Click on the following link to see the results.
If you need more information which use Wheat Germ Coated 96 Well Plate, click on link: General Procedure for binding a biomolecule to Wheat Germ coated surface