My Account Shopping Cart Login
 
SHA is a group of water soluble iron oxide nanocrystals with amphiphilic polymer and Dextran coating. Their surface functional group is amine and their zeta potential is from 0 mV to +10 mV. Their organic layers consist of a monolayer of oleic acid, a monolayer of amphiphilic polymer and a monolayer of Dexxtran. The overall thickness of the organic layers is about 6 nm. The hydrodynamic size of the nanocrystals is about 12-14 nm larger than their inorganic core size measured by the TEM. SHA can be conjugated to carboxylic acid or amine containing molecules with low non-specific binding.
Catalog No.SizeAmount(Fe weight)Particle Amount(nmole) of 1 mg FePrice($) 
SHA-05-0255 nm2.5 mg6.9249.00
SHA-05-105 nm10 mg6.9699.00
SHA-10-0510 nm5 mg0.86249.00
SHA-10-2510 nm25 mg0.86699.00
SHA-15-0515 nm5 mg0.27249.00
SHA-15-2515 nm25 mg0.27699.00
SHA-20-0520 nm5 mg0.11249.00
SHA-20-2520 nm25 mg0.11699.00
SHA-25-0525 nm5 mg0.058249.00
SHA-25-2525 nm25 mg0.058699.00
SHA-30-0530 nm5 mg0.034249.00
SHA-30-2530 nm25 mg0.034699.00
References:
1. L. Yang, X. Peng, Y. A.Wang, X.Wang, Z. Cao, C. Ni, P. Karna, X. Zhang, W. C. Wood, X. Gao, S.Nie, H.Mao. Receptor-Targeted Nanoparticles for In vivo Imaging of Breast Cancer. Clinical Cancer Research, 2009, 15, 4722-4732.
2. L. Yang, H. Mao, Z. Cao Y. A. Wang, X. Peng, X. Wang, H.K. Sajja, L.Wang, H.Duan, C. Ni, C. A Staley, W. C. Wood, X. Gao, S. Nie. Molecular Imaging of Pancreatic Cancer in a Preclinical Animal Tumor Model Using Targeted Multifunctional Nanoparticles. Gastroenterlogy, 2009, 136, 1514-1525.
3. L. Yang, H. Mao, Y. A. Wang, Z. Cao, X. Peng, X. Wang, H. Duan, C. Ni, Q. Yuan, G. Adams, M. Q. Smith, W. C. Wood, X. Gao, S. Nie. Single Chain Epidermal Growth Factor Receptor Antibody Conjugated Nanoparticles for in vivo Tumor Targeting and Imaging. Small, 2009, 5, 235-243.
4. J. Yang, J.Gunn, S. Dave, M.Zhang, Y. A Wang, X. Gao. Ultrasensitive Detection and Molecular Imaging with Magnetic Nanoparticles. The Analysis, 2008, 133, 154–160.
5. H. Duan, M. Kuang, X. Wang, Y. A. Wang, S. Nie, H Mao. Reexamining the effects of particle size and surface chemistry on magnetic properties of iron oxide nanocrystals: new insights into spin disorder and proton relaxivity. The Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 2008, 112, 8127–8131.
6. X. Peng, X Qian, H Mao, YA Wang, Z Chen, S Nie, DM Shin. Targeted magnetic iron oxide nanoparticles for tumor imaging and therapy. International Journal of Nanomedicine, 2008, 3, 311-321.
7. L. Yang, Z. Cao, H. K. Sajja, H. Mao, L. Wang, H. Geng, H. Xu, T. Jiang, W. C. Wood, S. Nie, Y. A. Wang. Development of Receptor Targeted Magnetic Iron Oxide Nanoparticles for Efficient Drug Delivery and Tumor Imaging. Journal of Biomedical Nanotechnology, 2008, 4, 439-449.
Related Products
ProductDescriptionSize
SHPIron oxide nanoparticles with carboxylic acid5-30 nm
SYPLyophilized (Lyof™) iron oxide nanoparticles with carboxylic acid5-30 nm
SVPAutoclaved (AclaFTM) iron oxide nanoparticles with carboxylic acid5-30 nm
SHAIron oxide nanoparticles with amine5-30 nm
ICKCarboxyl terminated iron oxide nanoparticles with various diameters (10 nm-30 nm).10-30 nm
SHP-COMBOA group of 3 or 5 different iron oxide nanoparticles with carboxylic acid10-30 nm
SEIIron oxide nanoparticles with positively charged PEI surface10-30 nm
SMGIron oxide nanoparticles with PEG 10-30 nm
IRBIron oxide nanoparticles with Rhodamine B10 nm
IPGIron oxide nanoparticles with Protein G10-30 nm
ILALipid coated iron oxide nanoparticles with amine 10-30 nm

ProductDescription