Protein Purification Resins
Protein purification is vital for the characterization of the function, structure and interactions of the protein of interest. Among various protein purification technologies, affinity chromatography is absolutely the most important and powerful method since it can offer high selectivity, high resolution, and high capacity for target proteins. GenScript provides a variety of simple-to-use affinity purification resins for batch/gravity purification, allowing for efficient, convenient and reliable separation of proteins and antibodies from your crude sample for further applications.
- Excellent affinity chromatography media for protein and antibody purification
- Fast and simple procedures for batch or gravity-flow operation
- High binding capacity with ultra low nonspecific binding
- Compatible with a variety of sample formats and buffer additives
- Boosted cost-effectiveness due to reusability for several times
- Antibody purification
- His and GST tagged protein purification
- Purification of streptavidin, avidin or their conjugates
- Purification of biotinylated protein, antibody, lectin etc
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Surface Activated Resins
Resins for Immunoprecipitation
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