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AcroSep™ 1 mL Pre-Packed Chromatography Columns

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Simplify protein purification and fractionation for biomarker discovery, proteomics research, and drug development

Designed for affinity, ion exchange, size exclusion, mixed-mode, and hydroxyapatite chromatography applications, these products offer:

  • "Gel-in-a-shell" technology. Ion exchange resins provide rapid protein purification with high capacity and good resolution.

  • Flexibility. More separation and elution options in a single format to provide greater purity. 

  • Versatility. Luer lock inlet and outlet allows convenient use with syringe, pump, or automated chromatography system.

  • User-friendly column design. Color-coded and labeled by chemistry type. Collar is hexagonal so columns will not unexpectedly roll off lab surface.

Product AcroSep™ 1 mL Pre-Packed Chromatography Columns
Company Pall Corporation
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Pall Corporation
5 Harbourgate Business Park Southampton Road Portsmouth, PO6 4BQ United Kingdom

Tel: +44 (0) 23 9233 8222
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Email: BiopharmUK@pall.com



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