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TOPIC: NTA chip and amine coupling

NTA chip and amine coupling 25 Jan 2017 16:56 #1

Hi all,
I am new to Biacore and preparing my first experiment. The objective is to covalently bind a His-tagged protein to detect its interaction with an Ig. I am planning to bind His-tagged protein to NTA chip and then amine couple this interaction in order not to loose the protein during regeneration and re-use. Does anyone have any advice for using such a protocol?
Thank you.

NTA chip and amine coupling 25 Jan 2017 19:43 #2


I have two publications for you:

1. Ericsson, E. M., Enander, K., Bui, L., et al.; Site-Specific and Covalent Attachment of His-Tagged Proteins by Chelation Assisted Photoimmobilization: A Strategy for Microarraying of Protein Ligands. Langmuir 2013.
2. Willard, F. S. and Siderovski, D. P.; Covalent immobilization of histidine-tagged proteins for surface plasmon resonance. Analytical Biochemistry (353) 1: 147-149; 2006.

and a third where they oxidise the cobalt ion in order to make the interaction permanent:

3. Hale, J. E.; Irreversible, oriented immobilization of antibodies to cobalt-iminodiacetate resin for use as immunoaffinity media. Analytical Biochemistry (231) 1: 46-49; 1995.


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