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Innova BioSciences Introduces InnovaGOLD Nanoparticles
New ultra-high quality gold nanoparticles simplify assay development and improve the sensitivity of immunoassays.


Innova Biosciences, a specialist provider of bioconjugation products and services, has launched InnovaGOLD, a new range of ultra-high quality gold nanoparticles. According to the company, InnovaGOLD offers improved sensitivity, stability and reproducibility in immunoassays compared with other commercially available gold colloids.

Gold nanoparticles are used in applications such as lateral flow point-of-care assays, microscopy, flow cytometry, Raman spectroscopy and dynamic light scattering. In contrast with other gold nanoparticle products, the InnovaGOLD particles have a highly consistent spherical shape, and demonstrate a high efficiency for antibody binding leading to maximum sensitivity.

The InnovaGOLD range has been developed to complement existing products in Innova’s gold nanoparticle range, which includes InnovaCoat GOLD for scientists using large volumes of nanoparticles for the manufacture of sensitive diagnostic tests. The InnovaGOLD range is available in high concentrations, to simplify assay development. 

"The combination of the InnovaCoat GOLD and the new InnovaGOLD product range is unique and provides customers with a range of options to optimise their use of gold in immunoassay systems and other applications, with the added benefit of Innova’s extensive experience in bioconjugation,” said Dr Nick Gee, CEO of Innova in a press statement.

Further information about InnovaGOLD can be found at www.innovabiosciences.com/InnovaGOLD-gold-nanoparticles.html

Source: Innova

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