Better separations of monoclonal antibodies, large proteins and synthetic polymers with new HALO 1000Å C4 columns
Feb 10 2017 Comments 0
Advanced Materials Technology have launched a new tool in the BioClass Fused-Core HPLC/UHPLC columns family specifically designed for the separation of large molecules such as monoclonal antibodies, large proteins and synthetic polymers.
New HALO 1000Å C4 columns contain the world’s first 2.7 micron superficially porous silica particles with 1000 Angstrom pores. The pore size and structure of these particles enable molecules to achieve complete penetration of the porous structure, allowing them to interact with more of the bonded surface for better retention and selectivity. This new 'Total Access Pore Technology' results in improved separations of these types of large molecules. Application notes and a technical brochure are available and demonstrate the ability of HALO 1000Å C4 to provide valuable detailed information not possible to acheive when using particles with smaller pore sizes.
For more information or a copy of the technical brochure please email.
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