Ion Exchange Chromatography
Ion exchange (IEX) chromatography is a technique that is commonly used in biomolecule purification, involving the separation of molecules on the basis of their charge. This technique exploits the interaction between charged molecules in a sample and oppositely charged moieties in the stationery phase of the chromatography matrix. It allows two types of ion exchange separation - cation exchange and anion exchange. In anion exchange the stationary phase is positively charged whilst in cation exchange it is negatively charged.
EBL_Cation SP-50s is a strong cation exchange medium, designed to meet the demands of modern large-scale manufacturers for fast, efficient, and cost-effective intermediate and polishing protein purification. EBL_Cation SP-50s delivers excellent pressure-flow properties with impressive resolution. Capable of running at higher flow rates and higher bed heights also increases flexibility in process design.
- High throughput purification that is easy to optimize and scale-up.
- Higher manufacturing productivity enables improved process economy.
- Max. linear flow rate at 1,250 cm/hr.
- Stable to 1 M NaOH, 8 M Urea and 8 M guanidine hydrochloride.
Catalog Number: iex-5003010, IEX_Cation SP-50S, 10 ml
iex-5003100, IEX_Cation SP-50S, 100 ml
iex-5003500, IEX_Cation SP-50S, 500 ml