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Sartobind® A4 Sheet

Sartobind® membranes are macroporous, cellulose-based membranes for IEX, methal chelat or (pseudo-) affinity chromatography. The pore structure enables high binding capacity for large molecules at high flow rates.

Sartobind® D A4 Sheet
Sartobind® D A4 Sheet
Order Number: 94IEXD42-001

Sartobind IEX membranes are macroporous, cellulose-based membranes carrying IEX ligands. Binding of charged target molecules takes place at high flow rates.

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Sartobind® Aldehyde A4 Sheet
Sartobind® Aldehyde A4 Sheet
Order Number: 94ALD-06-001

Sartobind Aldehyde Membrane Adsorbers are macroporous, cellulose-based membranes activated with aldehyde groups for coupling of customer-specific proteins and subsequent use for affinity chromatography.

Aldehyde membrane adsorbers for protein and peptide purification with high selectivity. Sartobind membrane adsorbers are macroporous, cellulose-based membranes, activated with aldehyde groups for coupling of customer-specific proteins and subsequent use for affinity chromatography. The large pores minimise the size exclusion effect. The aldehyde membranes can be run at much higher flow rates compared to conventional matrices.

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Sartobind® IDA A4 Sheet
Sartobind® IDA A4 Sheet
Order Number: 94IDA-42-001

Sartobind IDA Membrane Adsorbers are macroporous, cellulose-based membranes for binding of His-tagged proteins at high flow rates.

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Sartobind® Q A4 Sheet
Sartobind® Q A4 Sheet
Order Number: 94IEXQ42-001

Sartobind IEX membranes are macroporous, cellulose-based membranes carrying IEX ligands. Binding of charged target molecules takes place at high flow rates.

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Sartobind® S A4 Sheet
Sartobind® S A4 Sheet
Order Number: 94IEXS42-001

Sartobind IEX membranes are macroporous, cellulose-based membranes carrying IEX ligands. Binding of charged target molecules takes place at high flow rates.

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Sartobind® membranes are used for capture of large molecules in bind & elute mode or for polishing in flow-through mode. Diffusion time in adsorbers is negligible because of the large pores and immediate binding of the target substance to the ligands. There is no pore diffusion as given in conventional beads but film diffusion on any point of the microporous membrane structure. At convective flow conditions the movement of the molecules of the mobile phase is directed by pump pressure only. That is why membrane adsorbers feature extremely short cycle times and exceptionally high flow rate and throughput.

  • Macroporous
  • High flow rate
  • Simple handling