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Liquid chromatography methods are based upon exploiting the physical and chemical properties of the target substance and the properties of other substances in the sample solution. Commonly used chromatography techniques include: size exclusion chromatography (i.e., gel filtration), ion exchange chromatography, hydrophobic interaction chromatography, reversed phase chromatography, and affinity chromatography.
Modern chromatography resins have developed over the years, providing improved binding capacity, faster mass transfer, better chemical resistance, and greater selectivity. Today, our range of chromatography resins and systems cover several different types of liquid chromatography at all scales of purification from research to process-scale.
Utilize biological interactions to conveniently purify tagged recombinant proteins and a wide range of other biomolecules
Purify antibodies using our range of chromatography resins containing protein A or protein G ligands
Separate your proteins based on isoelectric point using our chromatofocusing columns, resins, and buffers
Separate biomolecules according to differences in size using our extensive range of size exclusion chromatography resins.
Separate your biomolecules based on their surface hydrophobicity using our wide selection of HIC resins
IEX is a widely used technique for the purification of biomolecules
Multimodal chromatography resins offer novel selectivity for challenging purification problems
RPC is a high resolution method requiring the use of organic solvents
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