Harbors molecules onto a SAM-covered surface though an amide bond forming between the NHS ester and the molecule's free amino group. This NHS-ester coupling reaction is extremely easy to carry out, and proceeds in excellent yield. In a typical procedure, a gold slide (~1 cm2) covered with NHS-terminated SAM is immersed for 3 hrs in 0.5 mL of a methylene chloride (chloroform, THF, dry DMF and DMSO, absolute ethanol are also allowed) solution of a molecule bearing free amino group and 1.5 equivalents of NEt3. When the reaction is complete, the substrate should be rinsed with pure solvent and dried under a stream of nitrogen.
|HS-C10-COO-NHS||FT 003-m10-0.2||10||200 mg||Log in to see the prices|
|HS-C10-COO-NHS||FT 003-m10-0.5||10||500 mg|
|HS-C10-COO-NHS||FT 003-m10-1||10||1 g|
|HS-C11-COO-NHS||FT 003-m11-0.1||11||100 mg|
|HS-C11-COO-NHS||FT 003-m11-0.2||11||200 mg|
|HS-C11-COO-NHS||FT 003-m11-0.5||11||500 mg|
|HS-C11-COO-NHS||FT 003-m11-1||11||1 g|
|HS-C15-COO-NHS||FT 003-m15-0.2||15||200 mg|
|HS-C15-COO-NHS||FT 003-m15-0.5||15||500 mg|
|HS-C15-COO-NHS||FT 003-m15-1||15||1 g|
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