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ÄKTA pure - Protein purification your way
GE Healthcare Life Sciences

There's an ÄKTA pure for everyone. Discover yours, www.gelifesciences.com/aktapure ÄKTA pure is a flexible and intuitive chromatography system for fast purification of proteins, peptides, and nucleic acids from microgram to gram levels of target product. ÄKTA pure is a reliable system where hardware and UNICORN software are designed to work together with columns and media to meet any purification challenge. The system supports a wide range of chromatography techniques and meets the automation requirements needed to deliver the highest purity. The system is configurable and can be upgraded at any time with a wide range of options to further increase its capabilities depending on your purification needs. ÄKTA pure is the product of over fifty years expertise in protein research and three decades of experience in the development of ÄKTA purification systems.

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