Polymeric Monolith Chemistry

The company has developed proprietary chemistries that enable the polymerization of chemicals ‘in situ;’ that is, specific chemical entities can be polymerized inside single use plastic tips, chips and plates, allowing the embedding of protein capture and separation matrices directly in fluid paths. Known as ‘polymeric monoliths,’ these structures are highly porous and well-organized, which leads to increased surface areas for sample binding and improved fluidic flow through the monolith. Additionally, nearly any type of selected molecule can be attached, allowing the creation of a virtually unlimited range of chemistries that can interact with different types and sizes of proteins, to optimize recovery and analysis of these and other biomolecules.

We use our monolith technology to produce new, single use tips, chromatographic columns and plates that improve the recovery of specific types of proteins from fluids.

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