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Superose® Gel Filtration Columns

Achieve high-resolution separations across exceptionally broad molecular-weight ranges with Superose gel filtration medium. Superose 12 columns can be employed to molecules with molecular weights between 1000 and 300 000, while Superose 6 can accommodate proteins and other biomolecules with molecular weights varying from 5000 to 5 000 000.
Superose 12 PC 3.2/300 columns are packed in Precision Column (PC) hardware designed for sensitive and highly resolving gel filtration separations of biomolecules in the micro preparative scale. The dimensions and design of PC columns allows analysis and purification at the microgram scale using sample volumes of 4 - 50 μL. Precision Column hardware design conveniently connects directly to high performance chromatography systems such as ÄKTA design.
Superose 12 10/300 GL columns are prepacked in Tricorn column hardware for high-performance gel filtration with a broad fractionation range of molecules with molecular weights between 1000 and 300 000.
Superose 6 10/300 GL columns are prepacked in Tricorn column hardware for high-performance size exclusion chromatography separation and analysis within the broad fractionation range of 5000 to 5 000 000 in molecular weight.
Superose 12 and 6 chromatographic media display a mildly hydrophobic character in low ionic strength eluents (<0.05 M), which can be taken advantage of to alter the selectivity of Superose for some lipids, peptides, and small aromatic compounds.

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GE17-5173-01 Superose® 12 10/300 GL GE Healthcare, 17-5173-01, column L × I.D. 30 cm × 10 mm, 11 μm avg. part. size
GE29-0362-25 Superose® 12 3.2/300 GE Healthcare, 29-0362-25, column L × I.D. 30 cm × 3.2 mm, 11 μm avg. part. size