What is a 3D surface chemistry?

We offer 3D surface chemistries based on carboxylmethyl dextran at high, medium and low densities. A 3D surface chemistry is a hydrogel in which ligands can be nested. The thickness of the hydrogel can be chosen (from 30 to 1000 nm). The configuration of the experiment is thus closer to “in solution” as in 2D surface chemistries. The link between the hydrogel and the ligand is based on amine coupling.

3D surface chemistries available
3D surface chemistries available