Azide PEGs

AzidePEGs take advantage of the diverse modified dyes, amino acids, and other biochemicals that already use CuAAC. By combining the biodegradable PEG tether with bio-orthogonal “click” chemistry, these PEGs give researchers a highly controllable and biocompatible tool with limitless possibilities.

Selected Research:

The following paper includes a series of protocols to label receptor ligands using “click” chemistry in PEG-compatible conditions.

Bonnet, D., Ilien, B., Galzi, J.-L., Riche, S., Antheaune, C., & Hibert, M. (2006). A Rapid and Versatile Method to Label Receptor Ligands Using "Click" Chemistry: Validation with the Muscarinic M1 Antagonist Pirenzepine. Bioconjugate Chemistry.

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Azide PEGs

Cat. # Name Mol. Weight Form Comments
26029 Methoxy PEG azide, Mp 750 750
26030 Methoxy PEG azide, Mp 2000 2,000
26031 Methoxy PEG azide, Mp 5000 5,000
26032 Methoxy PEG azide, Mp 10000 10,000
26033 Methoxy PEG azide, Mp 20000 20,000
26248 Amine PEG azide, Mp 3000 3000
26249 Amine PEG azide, Mp 5000 5000
26250 Amine PEG azide, Mp 10000 10000
26251 Amine PEG azide, Mp 20000 20000
26235 Silane PEG azide, MP 20000 20000
26234 Silane PEG azide, MP 10000 10000
26233 Silane PEG azide, MP 5000 5000
26232 Silane PEG azide, MP 3000 3000
26140 Hydroxyl PEG azide, Mp 3000 3,000
26141 Hydroxyl PEG azide, Mp 5000 5,000
26142 Hydroxyl PEG azide, Mp 10000 10,000
26143 Hydroxyl PEG azide, Mp 20000 20,000
26189 Iodoacetamide PEG azide, Mp 3000 3,000
26190 Iodoacetamide PEG azide, Mp 5000 5,000
26191 Iodoacetamide PEG azide, Mp 10000 10,000
26192 Iodoacetamide PEG azide, Mp 20000 20,000