PEG polymers are synthetic, hydrophilic, biocompatible polymers widely used in biomedical and other applications. PEGs are water-soluble, non-toxic, FDA-approved, generally not immunogenic, and are frequently used in many biomedical applications, including bioconjugation, drug delivery, surface functionalization, and tissue engineering. Among them, monodisperse in monodispersed linear PEGs refers to the homogeneous nature of a certain parameter of the substance, while linear PEG is a common form used for PEGylation, bioconjugation and crosslinking. Monodispersed Linear PEGs are generally organic compounds with molecular weights less than 1500. Monodispersed Linear PEGs do not possess the polydispersity of general PEG polymers while retaining the good solubility of polyethylene glycol in water. It can also confer flexibility, anticoagulation, anti-phagocytosis of macrophages, etc. to the modified biomolecules. Therefore, Monodispersed Linear PEGs provide an excellent drug carrier. Monodisperse PEGs have found applications in many fields, including medical research, drug delivery, nanotechnology, and more. They have become very beneficial in drug design and development, especially in antibody-drug conjugates and small molecule drugs. Furthermore, fluorophore-containing fluorescent polymer nanocarriers are favored in bioimaging and drug delivery due to their visual properties. Fluorescently labeled monodispersed linear PEGs as drug delivery vehicles are very beneficial for follow-up tracking and observational studies.
CD Bioparticles manufactures and supplies 6-FAM, Acetyl, Acid, Alkyne, Amine, Azide, BDP-FL, Biotin, Chlorocyclohexenyl, Cy3, Cy5, Cy7, Dibenzocycolctyne (DBCO), Fluorescein, Hydroxy, Maleimide, Methyl, Methyltetrazine, NHS, Rhodamine Green, TAMRA, Tetrazine, Trans-Cyclooctene (TCO) and Rhodamine B labeled monodispersed linear PEGs. Contact us to find out how fluorescent monodispersed linear PEGs can help you in your work.