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What is dPEG®?

If you are unsure what a dPEG® product is or does, please start here.

Frequently Asked Questions (about dPEG® products)

Additional Information for our product types is available using the following links:

Biotinylation with dPEG® Products

Biotinylation is one of the most common labels used today. Quanta BioDesign’s biotin-dPEG® products improve both the biotinylation process and conjugates made with dPEG®-biotin.

Bromoacetyl Reaction Chemistry

Our dPEG® products enhance conjugates made using bromoacetyl-thiol reaction chemistry.

Cleavable Biotin Reversible Labeling

Quanta BioDesign offers reversible biotinylation products that permit removal of the biotin label once it is no longer needed.

Click Chemistry with dPEG® Products

This is a comprehensive review of click chemistry and our click chemistry products.

DOTA-tris-tBE or DOTA-tris-acid

Choosing the right form of our DOTA-dPEG® products is vital to the success of your radioimaging or radiotherapy application. Choose wisely with this informative page from Quanta BioDesign.

Maleimide Reaction Chemistry

The maleimide-thiol reaction is a form of click chemistry and one of the most popular bioconjugation chemistries used today. Some of the critical details of this reaction explained here help our customers make the best use of our maleimide-dPEG® products.

Oxime and Hydrazone Reactions

Scientists employ oxime and hydrazone bonds frequently in bioconjugation chemistry. Quanta BioDesign offers products that effectively facilitate the formation of these bonds for bioconjugation applications.

Photoaffinity Biotin dPEG®3 TFPA

Photoaffinity-based biotinylation is possible! Learn more about this unique, useful product from Quanta BioDesign and how to use it in various applications.

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