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69704 | S-protein Agarose

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              OverviewS-protein Agarose specifically retains S•Tag™ fusion proteins. Binding can be performed in a column or batch mode. Elution is possible using slightly denaturing conditions or using a specific protease, such as thrombin or enterokinase, with appropriate recombinant proteins. The capacity of S-protein Agarose varies and is based on the size and folding characteristics of a given target protein.
              Catalogue Number69704
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              Storage +2°C to +8°C
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              Protein Purification and Preparation

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