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NANoREG Nanomaterial Provider offering its Services to NIA Members

Fluorescent silica nanobeads that are widely used by the NANoREG project have now been made available by NIA Member HiQ-Nano. The nanoparticles were initially provided by the Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia (IIT).

The highly bright fluorescent nanobeads provided to the NANoREG project enable, according to the company, superior imaging; they are also biocompatible, come in different sizes and colours, and are stable in aqueous solutions and biological media. More specifically, they are:

  • Tunable size from 25 to 250 nm, with high degree of size and shape monodispersion
  • Available with blue, green, yellow and red fluorescence emission
  • Highly bright and photostable thanks to the exclusive synthetic route
  • Tunable surface chemistry (e.g., carboxylic, amino, sulphonic acid groups)
  • Biocompatible material; they have been tested both in vitro and in vivo
  • Suitable for super-resolution fluorescence microscopy (STED)
  • Accurately characterized (each batch is characterized through TEM, SEM, DLS, Zeta-Potential and spectroscopy)
  • Guaranteed sterile
  • Available in water or as dried powder
  • Available endotoxin-free

HiQ-Nano is involved in the ‘design, synthesis and characterization of high-quality nanoparticles for research and industrially-oriented applications’. Their products include gold, silver and silica nanoparticles, fluorescent nanobeads, and custom nanomaterial creation. The company is now looking to aid other businesses with its products.

 

Follow this link to read a HiQ-Nano flyer, and this to view HiQ-Nano’s NIA Member profile.

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