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micromod Partikeltechnologie

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Company Data

micromod Partikeltechnologie
GmbH

Friedrich-Barnewitz-Str. 4
18119 Rostock
Germany
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Fax: +49 381 54345620

Contact(s)

Mr. Dr. Henrik Teller
Business Development Manager
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Mr. Dr. Joachim Teller
Managing Director
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Ms. Dr. Cordula Grüttner
Senior Scientist
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Facts

Type of company
Manufacturer

Year founded
1994

Company profile

Since 1994 micromod has been established as a reliable supplier of particles with functional properties for biochemical applications. Today micromod offers a large assortment of nano- and microparticles listed in more than 1000 catalogue items.
The main product categories nanomag®, perimag®, micromer® and sicastar® being available with many different functional properties and particle diameters are complimented by various types of highly specialized particles.
The production of particles is carried out according to proprietary synthesis schemes ranging from millilitre to bulk scale. A modern quality management system according to ISO 13485 combined with a sophisticated particle analysis system allows micromod to ensure its customers a high standard of quality in all product categories. micromod's customers are predominantly producers of diagnostic kits and high-throughput equipment, biotechnology companies, and various research institutions.

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Products

perimag®

perimag® particles consist of dextran and iron oxide and have a diameter of 130 nm. They exhibit excellent properties as contrast agents for Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) and Magnetic Particle Imaging (MPI). perimag® are suitable for homing and tracking of stem cells in regenerative medicine as well ...read more

sicastar®

Our silica particles are produced by hydrolysis of orthosilicates and related compounds. They possess a hydrophilic surface with terminal Si-OH-bonds. sicastar® particles are non-porous and have adjustable particle diameters between 10 nm and 1.5 µm with narrow size distributions. Porous silica particles ...read more

nanomag®-CLD-redF

nanomag®-CLD-redF particles combine separation and detection purposes. They show a red fluorescence (excitation: 552 nm, emission: 580 nm). The 100 nm nanomag®-CLD-redF particles are prepared by precipitation of iron oxide in the presence of dextran. They consist of about 80-90% (w/w) iron oxide in ...read more

nanomag®-CLD-spio

In comparison to nanomag®-D-spio particles the corresponding nanomag®-CLD-spio particles have similar magnetic properties, but consist of a matrix of cross-linked dextran that prevents the leakage of dextran and allows the introduction of surface functionalities. Amino groups on the surface can be further ...read more

BNF-redF

Our red fluorescent magnetic bionized nanoferrite particles (BNF-redF) combine separation and detection purposes. They have a red fluorescence (excitation: 547 nm, emission: 573 nm). The BNF-redF particles are thermally blocked at room temperature and show specific interaction with alternating magnetic ...read more

micromer®-F

micromer®-F are monodisperse fluorescent particles from polystyrene, substituted polystyrenes, polystyrene-co-polymers or polymethacrylates. They are designed with carboxylic acid groups (COOH) and amino groups (NH2) on the particle surface for the covalent binding of proteins, antibodies or other molecules, ...read more

sicastar®-F

Our fluorescent particles have a broad range of applications in microscopic techniques, analytical chemistry, diagnostics, for the quality check of membranes or barcoding techniques. sicastar®-F particles are produced by hydrolysis of orthosilicates and related compounds. They contain a high amount ...read more

IDA-Latex

Our IDA-Latex particles are monodisperse polymer particles with a very high density of iminodiacetic acid (IDA)-groups or NH2 groups on the surface. They have a mean particle diameter of about 300 nm and show a very high binding capacity for trace metals (e.g. Mn, Co, Ni, Cu, Zn, Cd, Pb, U) in neutral ...read more

micromer®

Our micromer® particles are monodisperse particles from polystyrene, substituted polystyrenes, polystyrene-co-polymers, polymethacrylate derivatives or cross-linked polymers. They are provided as standard products in the size range of 25 nm to 50 microns. Chemical functionality is used to fix analytes ...read more

BNF particles

Bionized Nanoferrite (BNF) particles are thermally blocked at room temperature and show specific interaction with alternating magnetic fields. Thus they are interesting tools for hyperthermia cancer therapy. BNF particles are prepared via the core-shell method with a core of 75-80% (w/w) magnetite and ...read more

nanomag®-D-spio

nanomag®-D-spio particles consist of dextran and iron oxide. They are available with a diameter of 20 nm, 50 nm and 100 nm, respectively. The biocompatibility of the nanoparticles allows the in vitro and in vivo application as magnetic labels of biomolecules in different detection techniques, e.g. magnetic ...read more

nanomag®-silica

nanomag®-silica particles are prepared via the core-shell method with a core of magnetite and a dextran shell with a simultaneous cross-linking of the dextran strands by silica nanostructures. These particles with a diameter of 250 nm can easily be separated with a conventional permanent magnet. They ...read more

nanomag®-CLD

nanomag®-CLD particles are available with particle diameters of 300 nm and 500 nm and possess similar magnetic properties as corresponding nanomag®-D particles. The surface of the particles consists of cross-linked dextran (CLD) that prevents the leakage of dextran and allows the introduction of different ...read more

nanomag®-D

Because of their high content of magnetite (> 75 %) these superparamagnetic dextran particles (d=130 nm / 250 nm / 500 nm) possess a magnetic mobility comparable to conventional magnetic microparticles. This enables a separation by use of common permanent magnets in a test tube scale. Especially the ...read more

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