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High precision and reproducible kinetic characterization and custom quantitation


Streptavidin-coated surfaces are widely used as a simple and straight-forward method of molecular immobilization in a variety of applications. Combined with Bio-Layer Interferometry (BLI), the High Precision Streptavidin 2.0 biosensor (SAX2, PN18-5136) is one of ForteBio’s offerings for direct immobilization of biotin-tagged molecules for binding kinetics and custom quantitation on Octet® or BLItz® systems. SAX2 biosensors are QC tested for minimal variance within a lot and across different lots, making it suitable for stringent assay precision requirements in downstream drug discovery and regulated environments.

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