69670 His•Bind® Resin

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                  OverviewHis•Bind® Resin is an uncharged IDA agarose resin. The binding capacity is approximately 8 mg/ml bed volume. His•Bind Resin is well suited to small to medium scale purifications using either gravity flow columns or batch methods.
                  Catalogue Number69670
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