Magnetic Resin Protein A Protein A is immobilised to highly porous and highly cross-linked agarose incorporating magnetic material. The particles have an open pore structure with excellent mass transfer properties for large protein molecules. Amintra Protein A Magnetic can be used in any commercially available magnetic device or be settled with any magnet (such as a magnet bar or magnetic plate etc.
Antibody Purification Amintra Protein A and Protein G resins are designed on a highly crosslinked sepharose matrix covalently modified with recombinant Protein A and Protein G expressed in E. coli. The albumin domain naturally present in these proteins has been deleted to create a resin with high capacity and affinity for antibodies.
Protein G is immobilised to a highly porous and highly cross-linked magnetic agarose base matrix. Agarose has long been used for chromatographic separations due to its excellent hydrophilic and low non-specific binding nature. The particles have an open pore structure with excellent mass transfer properties to large protein molecules. The medium shows high mechanical rigidity, and can be settled with any magnet. Stored as a 20% slurry in ethanol.
Amintra Protein G resin a fast flow sepharose matrix covalently modified with recombinant Protein G expressed in E. coli. The albumin domain naturally present in these proteins has been deleted to create a resin with a high capacity and affinity for antibodies. Typically binding capacity of 25 mg IgG / ml resin.
Resin Protein L Protein L is an immunoglobulin-binding protein that was expressed, isolated from the bacterial species Peptostreptococcus magnus. Protein L Agarose resin offers a unique ability in a convenient way to separate a wider range of mammalian Immunoglobulin classes and sub-classes compare to other antibody-binding protein as Protein A or G.
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