Tag Archives: microarray slides

Fluorous Tags for Immobilization

As the regular reader of F-Blog knows, fluorous tags can be used for purification, enrichment, and immobilization.  Of those three areas fluorous immobilization is the newest and probably the least established at this point.  While there has been plenty of … Continue reading

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Small Molecule Microarray Protocol

Fluorous modified glass slides have been used by several groups for the immobilization of fluorous tagged molecules for microarray formation.  Drs. Angela Koehler and Arturo Vegas at the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard were amongst the first groups to … Continue reading

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Fluorine With A Flourish

That’s the title of an article written by Stephen Ritter in the latest Chemical & Engineering News summarizing the ISCF/ISoFT ’09 meeting in Jackson Hole, WY.  If you’d like to read it, click here (subscription required). Within the article Dr. … Continue reading

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Click! Fluorous Immobilization of Probes

The immobilization of fluorous tagged substrates to a fluorous modified glass slide has now been demonstrated by several different research groups for the formation of microarrays.  Fluorous based microarrays offer several advantages including low and uniform background fluorescence, low non-specific … Continue reading

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New Application Notes for Life Science Applications

Two new Application Notes are now available from our Download page.   Fluorous Immobilization and Microarraying (pdf) details how to use our Fluorous Modified Glass Slides to create microarrays The Fluorous NuTip Protocol (pdf) shows how to use cysteinyl tagging and fluorous NuTips in your … Continue reading

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