Magnetic beads are used as materials for cell experiments, DNA purification and disease observation, and can also be used as materials for direct treatment.
Recently, there have been many researches applying magnetic beads in the field of biology: from cellular experiments and DNA purification to disease monitoring and even disease treatment. The surface of magnetic beads are coated with functional groups that allows binding of DNA, RNA, proteins, and specific cells. Afterwards, the beads are moved or attached to a desired position through external magnetic fields to perform purification.
1 - 5 um sizes of magnetic beads
Uniform disperse size distribution
Sphere form of silica coated
Excellent DNA/RNA purification efficiency
• Magnetic DNA/RNA Purification
• Magnetic Protein Separation
• Magnetic Antibody Separation
• Magnetic Cell Isolation