Agile R100 Biosensor Chips

 

Built with breakthrough Field Effect Biosensing (FEB) technology, Agile R100 biosensor chips help you fully characterize and explore your interactions to make better decisions earlier. The surface of the biosensor chip is made of graphene, platinum, and glass – biologically inert materials that do not react with your experiment and cause unnecessary nonspecific binding. Only molecules binding to or dissociating from the biosensor surface cause a change in conductance, enabling detection in complex samples from solvents and detergents to cell fractions and tissue lysate.

Agile biosensor chips are reusable and cost-effective, providing up to 10 measurements each. A variety of biosensors offer convenient surface chemistries for your binding pair. Unlike any other label-free platform, each measurement taken with an Agile biosensor chip provides three replicate data points for strong technical control.

 

Agile R100 His-tag-Immobilization Biosensor Chip – NTA

The Agile R100 His-tag-Immobilization Biosensor Chip provides for convenient immobilization of histidine-tagged molecules to the biosensor surface.

Agile R100 Amine-immobilization Biosensor Chip – NHS

The Agile R100 Rapid Amine-immobilization Biosensor Chip has pre-activated amine-linker chemistry that enables you to immobilize your target directly to the biosensor surface. Molecules can be covalently linked to the surface via amine groups, enabling kinetic characterization for antibodies, kinase, peptides, or small molecules.

Agile R100 Amine-immobilization Biosensor Chip – COOH

The Agile R100 Amine-immobilization Biosensor Chip is compatible with standard amine-linker chemistry. Molecules can be covalently linked to the biosensor surface via amine groups, enabling kinetic characterization for antibodies, kinase, peptides, or small molecules.