Chromatography Applications

  • Affinity Chromatography

    Affinity chromatography separates compounds based on the properties of chosen ligands with specific affinity to the molecule being selected for attachment to the solid matrices. Learn more...
  • Detergent-Removal Chromatography

    The elimination of solvent and detergent from biological fractions is necessary, and can be achieved by various methods including resin partitioning, size exclusion, affinity or batch extraction with vegetable oils combined to reverse phase on C18. Learn more...
  • Hydrophobic Charge Interaction
    Chromatography (HCIC)

    HCIC is based on the pH-dependent behavior of ionizable, dual-mode ligands. Adsorption is based on mild hydrophobic interaction and is achieved without addition of lyotropic or other salts. Desorption is based on charge repulsion. Learn more...
  • Hydroxyapatite Chromatography

    Hydroxyapatite chromatography is considered to be a “pseudo-affinity” chromatography or “mixed-mode” ion exchange. It has proven to be an effective purification mechanism in a variety of processes, providing biomolecule selectivity complementary to more traditional ion exchange or hydrophobic interaction techniques. Learn more...
  • Ion Exchange Chromatography 

    Ion exchange chromatography separates compounds based on net surface charge. Learn more...
  • Size Exclusion Chromatography

    Size exclusion chromatography separates molecules based on molecular size. This chromatography can be applied using resins or membrane. Learn more...
  • LRC Chromatography Columns

    Empty glass chromatography columns also available.

Chromatography Products

Chromatography Applications
Affinity Chromatography
Detergent Removal
Hydroxyapatite Chromatography
Ion Exchange Chromatography
Size Exclusion Chromatography

Chromatography Selection Guide

Chromatography Columns

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