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Prp X500

PRP-X500 is a superficially porous polymeric anion exchange column designed for the separation, purification and isolation of proteins, peptides and DNA/RNA. The methacrylate polymeric coating of the PRP-X500 provides a more hydrophilic surface, preventing hydrophobic interaction sample losses.

Application Examples: Proteins, peptides, and DNA/RNA.

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PRP-X500 Overview

Fast separations and good sample recovery

PRP-X500 is a superficially porous polymeric anion exchange column designed for the separation, purification and isolation of proteins, peptides and DNA/RNA. The methacrylate polymeric coating of the PRP-X500 provides a more hydrophilic surface, preventing hydrophobic interaction sample losses typically seen on other commercially available protein HPLC columns.

The non-porous nature of the packing material improves mass-transfer, shortening run times and improving resolution. Both fast separations and good sample capacity are achievable with PRP-X500 columns.

Sample recovery is excellent with PRP-X500 and the support’s limited permeability prevents proteins from entering the pores and unfolding, which causes peak ghosting. The superficially porous properties of the packing material improves mass-transfer, shortening the diffusion path of the analyte. This results in shortened run times, improved resolution, and sharp sample bands.

Application Examples: Proteins, peptides, and DNA/RNA.

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