Reliable - Robust - Reproducible: IEX Columns by YMC
Jan 29 2020 Read 701 Times
IEX is a widely used standard in Bio QC, especially of monoclonal antibodies. However, one of the crucial requirements for any QC method is a reliable lot-to-lot reproducibility. Unlike many other IEX columns on the market including widely used “standard” ones, YMC’s BioPro IEX columns provide excellent lot-to-lot reproducibility together with superior resolution. These features make them a first choice for Bio QC!
YMC’s BioPro IEX columns are specifically designed for separation of antibodies, proteins, peptides, nucleic acids and oligonucleotides showing higher binding capacity and recovery of biomolecules compared to conventional IEX columns. BioPro IEX columns are based on porous or non-porous hydrophilic polymer beads with low nonspecific adsorption.
YMC’s BioPro IEX columns are available either as a porous or a non-porous version. The 5 µm porous materials offer exceptionally high efficiency and low operating pressure, whilst the 3 or 5 µm non-porous particles provide high efficiency, very high resolution and low operating pressures as well.
The non-porous BioPro IEX SF columns with strong CEX functionality are especially useful for the analysis of antibodies and can also replace weak exchangers. By substituting these columns, it is possible to achieve a better analysis in a shorter time!
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