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Aptamer

Aptamer

(Science: molecular biology) a double stranded dna or single stranded rna molecule that bind to specific molecular targets, such as a protein or metabolite.


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Re: Lateral Flow Assay

1. Does the entire nitrocellulose pad need to be pre-treated? (i.e. treated before aptamers are spotted onto the paper for fixation) And if so, with what? Don't know, sorry. 2. I was recommended to pre-treat my conjugate pad with either 10% sucrose, or a sucrose/borate ...

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by jonmoulton
Thu Mar 08, 2012 6:55 pm
 
Forum: Cell Biology
Topic: Lateral Flow Assay
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Lateral Flow Assay

... signal for the test. To explain a little more, I have a small nitrocellulose membrane, and I want to detect VEGF in sample, by using a anti-VEGF aptamer to capture it. My setup has an input where I place in VEGF sample and it wicks up and through a conjugate pad (made of fiber glass) that is ...

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by knclayton
Wed Mar 07, 2012 11:03 pm
 
Forum: Cell Biology
Topic: Lateral Flow Assay
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Views: 1948


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