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4arm PEG Maleimide (pentaerythritol)

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4ARM-PEG-MAL

产品纯度:

≥ 90%

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1g, 10g, 100g等(特殊包装需收取分装费用)

分子量:

10000Da, 20000 Da,40000 Da等

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      键凯科技的4臂马来酰亚胺产品可用来交联制备PEG水凝胶产品。PEG水凝胶在医疗器械和再生医学方面尤其是在药物的缓释控释,2维和3维细胞培养以及伤口的缝合和愈合方面有非常广泛的应用。键凯的4臂PEG原料来源于季戊四醇和环氧乙烷聚合而成,每个PEG链的乙氧基单元数目不是完全相同的。键凯的多臂PEG产品的分子量指的是各臂分子量的总和。

      键凯科技提供4ARM-MAL-20K分子量10000Da, 20000 Da,40000 Da产品 1克和10克包装。

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