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Question Blocking Reagents for Epoxy Slides



Hi!

I am wondering if there are blocking reagents for epoxy functionalized slides other than BSA?? Preferably small molecules..?!?
Also what are protocols for their use (concentration, buffer, incubation time,..)?

Thanks for any hints!
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