Cytiva (Formerly GE Healthcare Life Sciences) NHS-Activated Sepharose 4 Fast Flow Affinity Media
Use for coupling amino-containing smaller proteins and peptides. Cytiva Life Sciences NHS-Activated Sepharose 4 Fast Flow Affinity Media yields coupled products that are very stable, especially at high pH.
Manufacturer: Cytiva (Formerly GE Healthcare Life Sciences) 17090601
- Composed of cross-linked 4% agarose beads, NHS activated for coupling amino-containing proteins and peptides
- NHS (N-hydroxysuccinimide) coupling forms chemically stable amide bond with ligands containing primary amino groups
- Resin provides spacer arm to coupled ligand
- Fast Flow matrix gives high productivity
- Coupled product is very stable, especially at high pH
- Available in range of different bulk pack sizes and convenient pre-packed formats for easy scale-up and process development
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|150 to 250 cm/Hoµr|
|N-hydroxysuccinimide (NHS) Activated|
|Stable in commonly used aqueous Buffers provided that the ligand withstand the pH or the chemical environment|
|2°C to 8°C|
|NHS-Activated Sepharose 4 fast flow media|
|For Coupling Amino-Containing Smaller Proteins and Peptides|
|4% Cross-Linked Agarose|
|45 - 165 µm|
|3 to 13|
Cytiva - formerly GE Healthcare Life Sciences
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