Biodesign: Biosurface Chemistry Facility

    Peiming Zhang (Manager)

Equipment/facility: Facility

  • Location

    United States

Equipments Details

Description

The BioSurface Facility serves research communities and corporations from sample analysis to molecular conjugation and immobilization. The facility houses state-of-the-art scientific instruments and equipment, run by leading scientists in the surface chemistry and bioconjugation fields.

We understand the best possible form of instrumentation a researcher should employ when analyzing samples. This process allows scientists to gather the information needed to confirm experimental results.

We are experienced in the fabrication of bio-compatible substrates. Our range of services in molecular design and synthesis are ideal for chemically functionalizing solid surfaces and anchoring biomolecules.

Over the past nine years, the BioSurface Facility has proven success in extensive work with the faculty, staff of Arizona State University and surrounding community businesses. Through our work, we hope to be a true asset to our customers and partners, helping drive further discovery and innovation.

Services:
-surface analysis (BI-2000 SPR, Thermo Nicolet 6700 FTIR and Continuum Microscope System, Gaertner-Stokes Ellipsometer, Kruss Easy Drop Contact Angle, AFM-Atomic Force Microscope, STM-Scanning Tunneling Microscope)
-surface functionalization (Omni VAC glovebox)
-bioconjugation/immobization (HP1100 HPLC-ELSD, Shimadzu UV/Vis Spectrophotometer, Cary 300 UV/VIS Spectrophotometer)


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