Having Issues with Protein Adsorbtion?


Protein adsorption, the nonspecific binding of protein molecules to solid surfaces, has always complicated the development as well as the commercialization of protein therapeutics. During research and development, proteins bind to different lab consumables such as microplates, storage tubes, pipette tips, and centrifuge tubes. During commercialization, proteins may bind to the primary container (glass or plastic vial) storing them. Fortunately, WHEATON has developed a solution for this nuisance. Utilizing our new AntiBIND technology, we can modify the polypropylene surface at the molecular level to produce a comprehensive hydrophilic surface that eliminates nonspecific protein binding.

To learn more about protein adsorption and how WHEATON’s AntiBIND microplates can solve this issue, check out this article titled “Protein Adsorption Can Be Reduced if the Right Lab Consumables Are Usedby Peter Rezk.

If you are interested in this solution, and would like to request some samples of our AntiBIND microplates, you can do so at www.wheaton.com/antibind


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About the Author : Marc Menickella

Marc Menickella earned his bachelor’s degree in communication studies and marketing from The College of New Jersey. As Associate Product Manager for WHEATON, Marc's main focus is glass and plastic vials for both research and packaging applications. In addition, with his experience in social media marketing, Marc manages WHEATON’s social media platforms including LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter.

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