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R-LCS04 MnO2 nanoparticle Nano MnO2 has better electrical, magnetic, and catalytic properties than traditional manganese dioxide materials, making it potentially valuable in various fields such as environmental protection materials and biosensors. price>
R-LCS05 Black phosphorus nanosheets Nanoscale black phosphorus has a folded structure and a double-layer structure along the Z-shaped direction, which gives black phosphorus a higher specific surface area due to its folded structure. In addition, black phosphorus nanosheets also have good carrier mobility, making them widely used in electronic and optoelectronic devices. price>
R-LCS06 CY5/auranofin @ LNP-DBCO Cy5 DBCO is an azide reactive probe used for imaging azide-tagged biomolecules via a copper-free “click reaction”. DBCO moiety reacts with azides to form a stable triazole and does not require Cu-catalyst or elevated temperatures. This far-red fluorescent probe is water-soluble, and its fluorescence is pH-insensitive from pH 4 to pH 10. price>
R-LCS17 Liposome loaded curcumin (about 100-200nm) The commonly used curcumin lipid carrier is to wrap curcumin particles on the surface of lipid particles to form a spherical or spherical carrier, which can improve the degree of dispersion of curcumin, prolong the drug action time (sustained release effect), and increase biocompatibility price>
R-LCS22 Hollow mesoporous silica nanoparticles (100-200nm) cross-linked with 8 polyarginine Under alkaline conditions, the polymer-silica composite nanoparticles with a core-shell structure are obtained by hydrolyzing the silicon source, and then the template is removed by calcination to obtain mesoporous silica nanoparticles with a hollow structure. price>
R-LCS26 HA-Dopamine Polydopamine-modified silver nanoparticles (PDA-AgNPs) were prepared by redox method, and hyaluronic acid (HA) was further modified to construct hyaluronic acid and polydopamine-modified silver nanoparticles (PDA-AgNPs@HA), and the Its morphology, particle size, potential, stability, ultraviolet spectrum analysis, and photothermal properties were characterized and evaluated. price>
R-M1-cs8781 T-PEGCG-Zn2++Tetracycline Hydrochloride The purpose of incorporating Tetracycline Hydrochloride into T-PEGCG-Zn2+ is to take advantage of the carrier system properties, such as enhanced stability, improved drug delivery, or targeted release. The complex may have the potential for controlled drug release, increased solubility, protection against degradation, or targeted delivery of Tetracycline Hydrochloride to specific sites in the body.T-PEGCG-Zn2+ is a combination of T, which typically represents the targeting ligand or peptide, PEGCG, which refers to polyethylene glycol grafted catechin gallate, and Zn2+, which represents the zinc ions. price>
R-M1-cs8802 Surface modification of PEG2000 with doxorubicin liposomes(80-100nm) Surface modification of PEG2000 with doxorubicin liposomes involves the attachment of polyethylene glycol chains onto the surface of liposomes loaded with the anticancer drug doxorubicin. (PEGylation)the process of attaching PEG chains is commonly employed in drug delivery systems to improve the stability, circulation time and biodistribution of liposomes. By coating liposomes with PEG, the system gains a protective layer that reduces opsonization and recognition by the immune system, thus extending the liposomes circulation time in the bloodstream. price>
R-M1-8803 Cholesterol-PEG2000-mal-cys-WQPDTAHHWATL-K-FAM Cholesterol-PEG2000-mal-cys-WQPDTAHHWATL-K-FAM/Cholesterol-PEG2k-maleimide-cysteine-WQPDTAHHWATL-K--FAM is a peptide sequence with improved stability, solubility, and target specificity, while also enabling fluorescence detection. FAM stands for fluorescein amidite, which is a fluorescent dye commonly used for labeling and detection purposes. It enables the visualization or tracking of the modified peptide sequence. price>
R-M1-cs8804 Liposome encapsulated GFP protein(without saponins) Liposome encapsulated GFP protein refers to the encapsulation of green fluorescent protein (GFP) within liposomes without the use of saponins.The resulting liposome-encapsulated GFP protein can be used in various applications, including fluorescence imaging, bioassays, biosensors, and studying protein-protein interactions. It provides a versatile tool to investigate cellular processes and analyze protein dynamics within a synthetic lipid environment. price>