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MSE PRO 10 mL PEG-modified Gold (Au) Nanoparticles, 50 μg/mL - MSE Supplies LLC

MSE PRO 10 mL PEG-modified Gold (Au) Nanoparticles, 50 μg/mL

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MSE PRO 10 mL PEG-modified Gold (Au) Nanoparticles, 50 μg/mL

PEG-modified gold nanoparticles present versatile traits for diverse applications, spanning cell detection, biosensing, drug delivery, and phototherapy. Engineered to counter bio-toxicity from surfactant absorption during synthesis, these particles improve water solubility, biocompatibility, and bodily circulation, enhancing diagnostic and therapeutic capacities. Facilitating precise tumor treatment via targeted biomolecule binding, they also aid immune detection, protein labeling, imaging, and serve as drug carriers. These nanoparticles serve a broad range of purposes, showcasing potential in biomedical fields such as biosensing, imaging, and therapeutics.

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Technical Specifications:

CAS Number

7440-57-5

Chemical Formula

Au

Package

10 mL/bottle

Concentration

50 μg/mL 

Storage

4°C in a light-protected environment

Applications

1. Biomedical Imaging and Diagnostics: Utilized as contrast agents in various imaging modalities and biosensing applications for high-precision disease detection.

2. Targeted Drug Delivery Systems: Serve as carriers for drugs, ensuring precise delivery to specific cells or tissues, enhancing treatment efficacy, and minimizing side effects.

3. Cancer Therapy: Employed in photothermal therapy to selectively target and destroy cancer cells, offering a promising avenue for cancer treatment with reduced collateral damage to healthy tissue.

4. Gene Therapy and Biosensors: Facilitate gene delivery and editing while serving in biosensing applications with high sensitivity and accuracy in detecting biomarkers or specific molecules.

5. Environmental Sensing and Optical Enhancements: Used in environmental monitoring for detecting pollutants and in improving optical imaging techniques for enhanced resolution in biological analysis.

Reference:

[1]: Fajstavr, D.; Karasová, A.; Michalcová, A.; Ulbrich, P.; Slepičková Kasálková, N.; Siegel, J.; Švorčík, V.; Slepička, P. PEGylated Gold Nanoparticles Grafted with N-Acetyl-L-Cysteine for Polymer Modification. Nanomaterials 202111, 1434.

[2]: de Faria, C.M.G.; Bissoli, M.; Vago, R.; Spinelli, A.E.; Amendola, V. Cytotoxicity of PEG-Coated Gold and Gold–Iron Alloy Nanoparticles: ROS or Ferroptosis? Nanomaterials 202313, 3044.

[3]: Shen, C.-C.; Hsu, S.-h.; Chang, K.-B.; Yeh, C.-A.; Chang, H.-C.; Tang, C.-M.; Yang, Y.-C.; Hsieh, H.-H.; Hung, H.-S. Physical Gold Nanoparticle-Decorated Polyethylene Glycol-Hydroxyapatite Composites Guide Osteogenesis and Angiogenesis of Mesenchymal Stem Cells. Biomedicines 20219, 1632.