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Biopolymers can be cross linked to form hybrid conjugates with two complementary functions. These conjugates can be used as either drug toxins for therapeutic delivery or chelating agents for radioimmunoconjugate adjuvants to increase immuno response.

In the table below, the left column describes a conjugate type while the right column described the application in which that conjugate is used.

Type of conjugate

  • Oligonucleotide-antibody conjugates
  • Conjugation of Fluorophore (fluorescent dye, biotin/avidin)
  • Oligonucleotide-carrier protein conjugates
  • Peptide-carrier protein conjugates
  • Carbohydrate-carrier protein conjugates
  • Antibody-beads conjugates
  • Antibody-drug conjugates (ADC)
  • Polymer-drug-target ligand conjugation (RGD, EPR, DOTA)
  • Oligonucleotide-beads conjugates
  • siRNA-antibody conjugates with cleavable linker
  • siRNA-cationic peptide conjugates
  • Phycoerythrin-antibody conjugates
  • Carbohydrate-carrier protein conjugates
  • Drug-protein conjugates
  • Drug-KLH conjugates

Application corresponding to conjugate from the left column

  • Immuno PCR
  • Molecule biology tools
  • Production of anti-oligonucleotide antibodies
  • Production of anti-peptide antibodies
  • Production of anti-carbohydrate antibodies
  • Diagnostic assays
  • Targeted drug delivery
  • Targeted Imaging
  • Diagnostic assays
  • siRNA delivery, gene knockdown experiments
  • siRNA delivery, gene knockdown experiments
  • Immuno detection
  • Drug delivery
  • Production of anti-drug Antibodies