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GE Healthcare HisTrap™ FF Crude Prepacked Columns Available on GSA/VA Contract for Federal Government customers only.

Purify histidine-tagged proteins directly from homogenized, unclarified cell lysates. GE Healthcare Life Sciences™ HisTrap™ FF Crude Prepacked Columns offer the convenience of simple, one-step purification of histidine-tagged proteins by immobilized metal ion affinity chromatography (IMAC).

Manufacturer:  GE Healthcare 11000459

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Catalog No. 45-002-909


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Specifications

Description

  • Prepacked with Ni Sepharose™ 6 Fast Flow media
  • Binding capacity approximately 40mg/mL medium with negligible Ni2+ leakage
  • Maximum pressure: 3 bar
  • Column material: polypropylene
  • Compatible with wide variety of reducing agents, detergents, denaturants, and other additives
  • 1 and 5mL columns

Media
  • Matrix: 6% cross-linked agarose
  • Average particle size: 90µm
  • pH stability working range: 3 to 12

1mL columns

  • Bed dimensions: 7 x 25mm
  • Flow velocity: <4mL/min.

5mL columns
  • Bed dimensions: 16 x 25mm
  • Flow velocity: <20mL/min.

Description & Specifications

Specifications

1mL
7mm
Polypropylene
3 to 12
HisTrap FF Crude Column
100 x 1mL
6% Cross-linked Agarose
0.2 in.
<4mL/min.
100 x 1mL
45 to 165μm
3 bar
4° to 30°C
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