Polymer Factory's bis-MPA azide-hydroxyl dendrons are monodisperse, multifunctional scaffolds with 1 protected azide focal point and an exact number of hydroxyl surface groups. The azide focal point can be used for click chemistry coupling reactions, such as CuAAC and SPAAC to produce highly functional materials. Our bis-MPA polyester scaffolds are biodegrable and have low cytotoxicity, making them ideal candidates for use in biological research applications.
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