Immunotrex is pleased to offer NanoKit™, providing an opportunity for hands-on laboratory education and instruction in nanoparticle technology. NanoKit provides experiential learning in nanoparticle manufacturing, compound encapsulation and the relationship between chemical structure and function. With NanoKit, students will learn to: Manufacture amphiphilic PEG (polyethylene glycol) nanoparticles. Encapsulate three common NSAIDs (aspirin, acetaminophen, ibuprofen). Explore "form vs. function" and the impact on manufacturing and encapsulation efficiencies. For additional information, please e-mail:

"The NanoKit™ is an excellent introduction to the concepts of nano structures. The kit will be useful in a number of courses at both the basic as well as advanced level students. I would highly recommend the use of the kit in laboratories of science courses such as chemistry, biology, chemical engineering, individual special projects and related courses."

Dr. Robert Fisher, Senior Lecturer in Chemical Engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Dr. Arthur Watterson, inventor of the PEG nanoparticle, with lab assistants at Immunotrex.
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NanoKit contents: Polymers A & B, aspirin, acetaminophen and ibuprofen.

Please Note: This kit is intended for EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY

Not to be used for clinical based research or clinical medical applications.