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Maintenance of Multimodal Chromatography Media and Storage Conditions
This page describes the maintenance of media and storage conditions for multimodal chromatography using Cytiva products.
Principles and Standard Conditions for Different Purification Techniques
This page describes principles and standard conditions for different purification techniques of histidine-tagged proteins using Cytiva products.
Desalting and Buffer Exchange for Affinity Chromatography of Antibodies
Desalting at laboratory scale is a well-proven, simple, and fast method that will rapidly remove low molecular weight contaminants at the same time as transferring the sample into the desired buffer in a single step.
Capto Adhere Anion Exchanger for MAbs & Bind/Elute
Capto adhere from Cytiva is a multimodal strong anion exchanger for BioProcess applications.
Protein G and Protein A Bind to Different IgG
This page shows a comparison of the relative binding strengths of protein G and protein A to different immunoglobulins.
Performing a Purity and Homogeneity Check
This page shows how to perform a purification and homogeneity check of membrane proteins with products from Cytiva.
Polishing of MAbs Using Capto Adhere ImpRes in Bind/Elute Mode
In these studies, the binding capacity for MAbs and the efficiency in the clearance of impurities using Capto adhere ImpRes in bind/elute mode was evaluated.
Affinity Chromatography Troubleshooting
This page shows how to solve practical problems that may occur when running an affinity chromatography column.
Chiral Chromatography Frequently Asked Questions
Chiral Chromatography Frequently Asked Questions
LRA (Lipid Removal Agent) for Biopharmaceutical Production
Lipids are naturally-occurring hydrocarbons that are poorly soluble in water and soluble in non-polar solvents such as ether and chloroform.
Large Molecule BioAnalysis
Bioanalysis for large molecules, like Proteins or specific Biotherapeutics, refer to a set of methods, assays, and procedures that enable scientists to analyze specific proteins found in living organisms and the biochemical reactions underlying life processes.
Comparison of Spherical and Irregular Silicas in Flash Chromatography
Comparison of Spherical and Irregular Silicas in Flash Chromatography
Purification of Thiol-Containing Substances By Covalent Chromatography
Thiol-containing substances can be isolated selectively by covalent binding to an activated thiolated matrix via thiol-disulphide exchange to form a mixed disulphide bond. After washing away unbound material, the thiol-containing substance is eluted by reducing the disulphide bond. This technique
Protein Affinity Chromatography
Affinity chromatography is the process of bioselective adsorption and subsequent recovery of a compound from an immobilized ligand. This process allows for the highly specific and efficient purification of many diverse proteins and other compounds. The process requires
Viral Clearance Using Capto™ Adhere
Description of viral clearance using Capto adhere from Cytiva.
Selection of Purification Equipment
This page covers the standard ÄKTAdesign configurations for simple IEX chromatography.
Non-volatile and Volatile Buffer Systems
This page shows volatile and non-volatile buffer suggestions for anion and cation exchange chromatography.
Chromatography Column Sizing Chart
Flash-Chromatography columns are available with ball joints or threaded standard taper joints and EZSafe™ connections and are useful for rapid, preparative separations. Large columns are also available with Ace-Thred connectors.
Troubleshooting Reversed Phase Chromatography (RPC)
Poor-quality eluent components can cause a phenomenon referred to as “ghosting”. Trace levels of organic impurities bind to the medium, concentrating during equilibration and sample application. When elution begins, these contaminants appear in the chromatogram as unknown, or “ghost” peaks.
Column, Media and Sample Preparation for Hydrophobic Interaction Chomatography
Here the correct ways for Column, Media and Sample preparation for Hydrophobic Interaction Chomatography (HIC) with Cytiva media are detailed, including sample application, load volume and temperature
Capto MMC
Capto MMC is a multimodal cation exchanger with the properties of a weak cation exchanger. In addition to electrostatic interactions, the ligand structure provides for additional interaction modes such as hydrophobic interaction, hydrogen bonding, and thiophilic interaction.
Characteristics of Glutathione Sepharose and HiTrap® Benzamidine FF (High Sub) Media and Columns
This page describes characteristics of Glutathione Sepharose and HiTrap® Benzamidine FF (high sub) media and columns from Cytiva.
Troubleshooting Guide for Affinity Chromatography of Tagged Proteins
This page shows troubleshooting instructions for affinity chromatography of tagged proteins using Cytiva products.
Characteristics of Ni Sepharose®, Ni Sepharose® excel, TALON® Superflow™, and Uncharged IMAC Sepharose® Products
This page shows the characteristics of Ni Sepharose, Ni Sepharose excel, TALON Superflow, and uncharged IMAC Sepharose products from Cytiva.
Purification or Removal of Viruses including Adeno-associated Virus
This page shows how to purify or remove viruses with a Capto DeVirS, AVB Sepharose High Performance from Cytiva.
Purification Using Protein A-based Chromatography Media
This page shows various purification options for Protein A Sepharose chromatography media and describes typical binding and elution conditions for Protein A Sepharose chromatography media.
Setting Column Pressure Limits for Size Exclusion Chromatography
Pressure is generated by the flow through the chromatographic system. For optimal chromatography functionality, it is important to understand the principle of the pressure drop over the different parts of a system.
FastWoRX for Faster and Greener Alternative to Liquid-Liquid Extraction
FastWoRX for Faster and Greener Alternative to Liquid-Liquid Extraction
Bind/Elute vs Flowthrough Mode in Multimodal Chromatography
This page describes the difference between bind/elute and flowthrough modes in multimodal chromatography using Cytiva products.
Ion Exchange Chromatography
Ion exchange chromatography is employed by the Genopure Plasmid Midi Kit and the Genopure Plasmid Maxi Kit.
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