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Thermo Fisher Scientific Introduces New Protein A Column

Published: Friday, June 21, 2013
Last Updated: Friday, June 21, 2013
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Designed for accurate, fast monoclonal antibody titer analysis.

Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc. has introduced a new HPLC column, the Thermo Scientific MAbPac Protein A column, for high-performance monoclonal antibody titer analysis.

This HPLC column is specially designed for higher sensitivity and accurate concentration analysis over a wide linear range to minimize the need to re-analyze samples.

Its novel non-porous polymeric resin with hydrophilic surface offers fast mass transfer to enhance throughput and minimize carryover.

Low backpressure design accommodates high flow rates to further increase throughput.

Concentrated peaks are suitable for additional chromatography or other analyses.


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