Featured Product Nuvia aPrime 4A Media
Bio-Rad's mixed-mode chromatography resins offer unique separation properties and unparalleled selectivity and resolution for a variety of molecules. Multimodal chromatography combines the properties of cation exchange media and metal affinity media, often enabling the separation of biomolecules that appear homogeneous using other chromatographic methods. These mixed-mode media can be used at any stage in a purification process from initial capture to final polishing.
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Nuvia aPrime 4A is a hydrophobic AEX resin engineered with distinctly balanced modes to optimize biomolecule interactions. It offers a wide design space and straightforward method development delivering both high purity and yield.
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Nuvia cPrime mixed-mode media is designed for versatile capture and high recovery across a wide range of salt concentrations and pH in process-scale purification processes for biotherapeutic applications.
- ImageCHT Ceramic Hydroxyapatite XT Media
CHT XT Media is engineered with advanced technology, resulting in unique selectivity and robust, uniformly-sized beads with excellent pressure-flow properties. It is fine-tuned for the removal of aggregates and process impurities.
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CHT Ceramic Hydroxyapatite and Bio-Gel® Crystalline Hydroxyapatite Mixed-Mode Media offer unique selectivities and can be used at any stage in a chromatographic workflow from initial capture to final polishing.
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MPC Ceramic Hydroxyfluoroapatite (Ca10(PO4)6(OH)1.5(F)0.5) is a mixed-mode chromatography resin, a composite of hydroxyapatite and fluoroapatite, with unique separation properties and unmatched selectivity and resolution in the purification of biomolecules.
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CFT Ceramic Fluoroapatite (Ca10(PO4)6F2) mixed-mode media is a rigid, spherical macroporous support used in the purification of biologically active compounds.