A wide variety of surfaces are available for performance optimization
Passive surfaces have a broad range of applications as they can bind to a variety of biomolecules. Passive binding is primarily suited for the immobilization of medium to large sized molecules, such as antibodies, which are capable of establishing several contact points. The exact molecular interaction sites are dependent on the specific matching of the biomolecule's structure with the polymer surface structure. A large variety of biomolecules can be immobilized on passive surfaces with good residual activity.
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