Silver Nanoparticle Properties

Introduction Silver nanoparticles (colloidal silver) have unique optical, electronic, and antibacterial properties, and are widely used in areas such as Read More…

Gold Nanoparticle Properties

Background Gold nanoparticles (colloidial gold) have been extensively used for applications both in biology (e.g. bio-imaging) and technology (e.g. photonics) Read More…

Lateral Flow Immunoassays

While rapid assay methods have made a major impact on a variety of diagnostic testing over the last twenty years Read More…

Vertical Flow Immunoassays

Background Vertical flow immunoassays rely on the same basic principles as the more common lateral flow immunoassay format with some Read More…

Sharper Emission Peaks

Fluorescent Nanocrystals

Their range of semiconductor grade fluorescent nanocrystals/quantum dots  has the potential to be used in numerous applications in the field Read More…

The Cellcrusher

Effective recovery The recovery spoon allows for quick sample retrieval. It is contoured to the curved inner surface of the Read More…

530,000 Tissue Arrays

Tissue Array

Creative Bioarray provides a comprehensive range of pre-made and custom tissue arrays. Pre-made Tissue Array Creative Bioarray is one of Read More…

Cell Disrupters: A Review

A review covering apparatus and techniques of cell disruption Practical aspects of mechanical cell disruption are discussed. Sources and approximate Read More…

BeadBeater

Operating Instructions GeneralMonitoring cell lysis. The BeadBeater will disrupt over 90% of the cells in about 2-5 minutes of operation. Read More…

Mini-Beadbeater-1

The Mini-Beadbeater-1 violently agitates a sealed microcentrifuge vial containing cells or tissue, extraction solution and tiny glass, zirconia or steel beads. Even Read More…

Polymer Microspheres

Polymer microspheres present a flexible platform for applications in diagnostics and bioseparations. They may be coated with recognition molecules, such Read More…

Microsphere Selection

  Diameter Microsphere size may be critical to the proper function of an assay, or it may be secondary to Read More…