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96-Well Protein Precipitation Filter Plate

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solid phase extraction (SPE): suitable


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solid phase extraction (SPE): suitable


solid phase extraction (SPE): suitable


2 mL



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The 96-well protein precipitation filter plate is ideal for removing precipitated proteins from biological plasma/serum. The plate consists of a 0.2 μm hydrophobic graded filter/frit. Biological plasma is first added to the 96-well plate followed by a protein precipitating agent (e.g., acetonitrile). After a brief mixing step, vacuum is applied to the plate, and the filter/frit removes precipitated proteins from the sample. The resulting filtrate is ready for further processing and/or analysis.

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