The heart of SRU’s BIND® technology is the novel optical properties of the BIND® Biosensors. Each well of a BIND Biosensor incorporates a proprietary optical grating which reflects a narrow range of wavelengths (Peak Wavelength Value or PWV) upon illumination with broadband light.
The PWV shifts in response to changes in mass or cellular interactions in proximity of the biosensor surface. SRU’s microplate-based BIND Biosensors are available in 96-, 384-, 384lv- and 1536-well formats with a variety of surface coatings to accommodate a breadth of throughput and application needs. All biosensors are biologically inert and highly resistant to organic solvents including DMSO. Biosensors are compatible with automated liquid handling and conform to SBS standards.
Bare TiO2 biosensors are compatible with both cellular and biochemical applications. They allow for custom coating with any molecule of interest, such as proteins, peptides, antibodies, extracellular matrix proteins or small molecules. BIND Biosensors are also available with pre-coated surfaces for optimized assay performance including streptavidin, aldehyde and extracellular matrix proteins.
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