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Information Sheets

AptaBind™

Aptabind™ is our state of the art protein purification technique. Specifically designed to target the protein you want in the buffer or matrix conditions you desire.

Click here to download some information about AptaBind™:  Aptamer Group – Aptabind

 

AptaBind

Selecting Aptamers to Small Molecules

At Aptamer Group, we employ state-of-the-art methods to select and identify aptamers to small molecule targets. These aptamers can then be modified to achieve goals that are often not possible with other methods.

Click here to find out more about how we select aptamers to small molecules: Aptamer Group – Small Molecule Selection

 

Selecting Aptamer to Small Molecules

White Papers

Aptamers in Neuroscience

In this whitepaper, we present recent advances in aptamer generation discussing merits and limitations. Emphasis is placed on applications for diseases including Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, Multiple Sclerosis and other diseases stemming from protein aggregation.

 

Aptamers in Neuroscience

Aptamers and Cancer Immunotherapy

This article discusses the strategies for using aptamers as treatments for immune regulators and the potential for them as an alternative to monoclonal antibodies.

Aptamers and Cancer Immunotherapy

Novel  penumoniae   Diagnostics

Aptamers have been proving to be a very strong tool for diagnostic techniques. This review discusses new developments in different penumoniae diagnostic tests.

Novel penumoniae Diagnostics

Affinity Reagents and Reproducibility

This white paper outlines the differences between antibodies and aptamers with regards to reproducibility.

Affinity Reagents and Reproducibility

Aptamers and Cardiovascular Disease

This article outlines how aptamers can be used to identify new biomarkers and as a diagnostic tool.

Aptamers and Cardiovascular Disease

Aptamers and Biosensors

This white paper goes into detail on how aptamers can be used to develop biosensors. It describes 3 different methods for using aptamers in biosensors.

Aptamers and Biosensors