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Green Fluorescent PLGA Nanoparticles from Merck

Poly(D,L-lactide-co-glycolide) with a 50/50 L/G ratio and a 30,000 Mw is used to make Degradex®.

To re-constitute:

  • Extract the product from the freezer
  • Wait until the temperature reaches the surrounding air
  • Fill the container with DI water or buffer
  • To ensure the microspheres are properly suspended, vortex and sonicate for five minutes

Application

Fluorescent PLGA particles can be used for imaging and cell tracking in drug discovery. They are suitable for use in fluorescent assays and as vehicles for drug delivery.

Materials

Source: Merck

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Green Fluorescent PLGA nanoparticles 100 nm average diameter
Green Fluorescent PLGA nanoparticles 200 nm average diameter
Green Fluorescent PLGA nanoparticles 500 nm average diameter

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