MIP Discovery now offer a catalogue of off-the-shelf nanoMIPs designed for sensor use
nanoMIPs are synthetic alternatives to antibodies that can easily be coupled to an electrode surface and deliver excellent performance in a variety of sensor types.
- NanoMIPs easily couple to the solid surface of an electrode
- NanoMIPs can withstand high temperatures and pressures, as well as the presence of organic solvents
- Since MIPs are completely synthetic they can target anything from small molecules to whole viruses.
Off-the-shelf nanoMIPs now available for sampling:
Norfentanyl nanoMIPs have been designed to accurately detect the primary metabolite of fentanyl in sensor devices for in-field testing. Prototype electrosensors have shown a limit of detection of <10 ng/ml and rapid time to results.
COVID-19 nanoMIPs have been integrated into various different sensor devices and have shown analytical sensitivities as low as <5 ng/ml. They also offer excellent selectivity to SARS-CoV-2 and batch to batch reproducibility.
Trypsin nanoMIPs have been utilised in a proof of principle electrochemical sensor and have shown a linear range from 10 µL/mL to 100 µL/mL and a detection limit of ~10 µg/mL.