Bioconjugation is a powerful tool that enables the creation of novel biomolecules with unique properties and functionality. By covalently linking two or more molecules, bioconjugation can be used to create multifunctional biomolecules that have applications across a range of fields, including biotechnology, medicine, and nanotechnology.

In the field of biotechnology, bioconjugation is used to create biomolecules that can be used in a range of applications, such as biosensors, diagnostic assays, and drug delivery systems. For example, nanobodies conjugated to fluorescent dyes or nanoparticles can be used as probes for imaging and tracking specific cells or molecules in biological systems.

In the field of medicine, bioconjugation is widely used in the development of novel therapeutics, such as antibody-drug conjugates (ADCs), which combine the specificity of antibodies with the cytotoxicity of drugs. ADCs have shown great promise in the treatment of cancer and other diseases, and several ADCs have been approved for clinical use.

In addition to traditional bioconjugation techniques, such as chemical conjugation and enzymatic conjugation, innovative approaches, such as genetic fusion, can be used to create novel bioconjugates with unique properties and functionality.

Our bioconjugation service for nanobodies provides a powerful tool for expanding the range of applications for these molecules, enabling their use in a variety of biomedical applications. We work closely with our clients to understand their research needs and provide customized solutions that meet their specific requirements. Contact us today to learn more and discuss how we can support your research needs.