Lab Ultrafiltration - Tips and Tricks
How To Guide Sep 04, 2020
The use of ultrafiltration membranes for concentration and purification of proteins and DNA is ubiquitous in biological laboratories. Filter devices with ultrafiltration membranes can also be used for concentration of other macromolecules such as inorganic polymers, nanoparticles or even viruses. Although performing sample concentration and buffer exchange using an ultrafiltration device is relatively simple, some tricks of the trade can improve your recovery or speed up your workflow considerably.
Download this compendium to discover tips and tricks for ultrafiltration including how to:
- Desalt samples
- Concentrate samples
- Recover low-concentrated samples
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