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SoluLinK Introduces Product that Links All Biomolecules Greater Than 20 Times Faster with 100% Yields
Date:9/22/2009

SAN DIEGO, Sept. 22 /PRNewswire/ -- SoluLinK, Inc., a leader in quality conjugation products and services, introduces the TurboLink Conjugation Catalyst, making conjugation at least 20 times faster than before with 100% conjugate yields for antibodies, oligos, peptides and proteins.

Up to now, researchers, conjugation experts, manufacturers and assay developers have traded conjugation speed for poor yields, poor quality and more labor and time consuming chromatography to make useable conjugates. SoluLinK has the solution with it's new TurboLink Catalyst Buffer. The TurboLink Catalyst has been added to SoluLinK conjugation kits to speed up conjugations more than 20 times while adding the benefits of high quality and 100% conjugate yields.

TurboLink Also Provides:

  • Faster Cross Linking - No More Overnight Reactions
  • Better Cross Linking of Large biomolecules - Surfaces, IgM, R-PE
  • Mild Reaction Conditions

"We developed TurboLink to specifically address the need of most researchers who did not want to spend hours post conjugation doing chromatography to get a useable conjugate. TurboLink significantly speeds up the conjugation and drives the conjugation to 100% completion without any extra effort. This is a truly remarkable advantage for our customers. We are very excited to begin offering TurboLink in our conjugation kits," observed David Schwartz, CSO at SoluLinK.

TurboLink is now included as a standard component in all SoluLinK general conjugation and application specific antibody labeling kits including the HRP, Alkaline Phosphatase and PE All-In-One Conjugation Kits, Oligo-Antibody and Protein-Protein conjugation Kits.

About SoluLinK

SoluLinK is the leader in the development of proprietary conjugation reagents, easy-to-use complete linking kits, and conjugation se
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