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Natrix® Q Micro

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Synonym(s):
Natrix® Q Membrane Adsorber

material

media (Macroporous Polymer)
polypropylene device

description

Natrix® Q Micro

product line

Natrix®

packaging

pack of 10 × 0.2 mL (devices)

parameter

1-5 mL/min flow rate
75 psi max. pressure

pore size

0.4 μm pore size

fitting

female inlet and outlet (luer)

application(s)

pharmaceutical

separation technique

strong anion exchange

storage temp.

2-30°C

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separation technique

strong anion exchange

separation technique

strong anion exchange

separation technique

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separation technique

strong anion exchange

material

media (Macroporous Polymer), polypropylene device

material

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material

plain filter, polyacrylamide (Crosslinked Polyacrylamide with Quaternary Amine functionality), white filter

material

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application(s)

pharmaceutical

application(s)

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application(s)

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application(s)

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pore size

0.4 μm pore size

pore size

0.4 μm pore size

pore size

0.4 μm pore size (nominal)

pore size

0.4 μm pore size

product line

Natrix®

product line

Natrix®

product line

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product line

Natrix®

General description

Device Configuration: Flat-Sheet Capsule
The Natrix® Q Micro (0.2ml) is a scaled down, laboratory model for screening purposes, to fine tune buffer conditions, and assess load parameters before moving to small scale or commercial manufacturing.

Application

Chromatography

Biochem/physiol Actions

Purification of biomolecules via anion exchange chromatography

Features and Benefits

The revolutionary marcroporous polymer of Natrix® Q chromatography membrane contains a high density of quaternary amine binding sites enabling rapid mass transfer, delivering high binding capacity even at fast flow rates. The combination of performance and speed in a single-use, plug-and-play device format enables low risk, scalable solutions for efficient biomolecule purification.

Packaging

Carton, 10/pack

Legal Information

NATRIX is a registered trademark of Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany

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