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GE Healthcare Launches Superdex™ 200

Published: Thursday, June 27, 2013
Last Updated: Wednesday, June 26, 2013
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Increase size exclusion chromatography columns for higher resolution separation in shorter timescales.

Superdex™ 200 Increase size exclusion chromatography columns are designed for both preparative and analytical purposes for a broad range of biomolecules, enabling higher purity and improved protein analysis.

The columns deliver up to double the resolution or retained resolution in half the time, depending on the conditions selected and the molecule.

Optimized for MAb separation, the Superdex 200 Increase pre-packed columns can be used for small-scale (ug-mg) high resolution gel filtration and for characterizing a variety of different proteins sized between 10,000 - 600,000 Da.

The column’s high-flow agarose base matrix is pH stable, easy to clean and with low nonspecific interaction, extending the column’s lifetime.

Superdex 200 Increase, available in three sizes (10/300 GL; 5/150 GL and 3.2/300), can be used with ÄKTA™ chromatography systems, for a variety of applications including protein purification, aggregate analysis, studies of complex formation and screening of samples.

All three columns can also be used on a range of HPLC systems.

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