Ceramic HyperD media are used in protein chromatography and affinity chromatography. Ceramic HyperD media have been used in the development of a capture step of a human recombinant F(ab′)(2) produced and expressed in baculovirus-infected cells and to identify whey proteins as a model system for chromatographic separation of proteins.
Features and Benefits
Characteristics are tolerance of very high flow rates without bed compression, and high exchange capacity. Stable to most common solvents, and pH 2-12.
HyperD media are highly porous, rigid ceramic beads filled with a derivatized hydrogel.
Suspension in 1 M NaCl with 20% ethanol