Products

Products

Bright-Dtech™ Nanoparticles
Link-Dtech™ Conjugation kits for Antibodies

Applications

Applications

ELISA
Lateral Flow
Cell Imaging

Technology

Technology

Ultra bright fluorophore nanoparticles with exceptional levels of detection for a wide range of analysis applications.

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Enhance Your Detection

HK-Dtech is a company specialized in the research and development of fluorescent nanomolecules in the field of healthcare and life sciences.

Our patented cutting-edge technology consists in ultra-fluorescent nanoparticles with unique features, offering an unrivalled performance which exceeds the current technical limits and allow the detection of various biomarkers far beyond what is possible nowadays, with user-friendly protocols and applicable to various molecular and cellular biology techniques.

Our company aims to become a leader platform in term of technical markers applied to medical analysis and imagery. Improving the detection of diseases in order to increase successful treatments and avoid side effects for patients is the main vision and ambition of HK-Dtech.


Bright-Dtech™ Nanoparticles

Bright-Dtech™ nanoparticles are extremely bright and stable fluorophore nanoparticles which have been shown to give exceptional performance in a wide range of fluorescent analysis applications, such as lateral flow tests, fluorescent ELISA, cell imaging, immunofluorescence microscopy, flow cytometry and western blot.

Bright-Dtech™ are resistant to photobleaching. They have been shown to be 40x brighter than other fluorophores bringing exceptional levels of detection to assays and diagnostics. Visit our applications page to see how BDT can enhance your research.


Link-Dtech™ are a range of conjugation kits which allow covalent linkage reactions to be readily carried without access to specialist chemistry capabilities.

The kits are designed to be specific for a given linkage chemistry, amine or thiol, and a given analyte type, antibodies, with rapid reaction times of 30 or 60 minutes.