Hydrophobic interaction chromatography

2017-09-13Author:adminpraise:0

Hydrophobic interaction chromatography (HIC) is a useful method for purification and separation of biomolecules based on their surface hydrophobicity. HIC can be applied in the separation and purification of hydrophobic proteins such as aromatic and aliphatic compounds. In HIC, the matrix material is lightly substituted with hydrophobic groups, such as methyl, ethyl, propyl, octyl, or phenyl groups.

Cat. No.

Product name

Matrix

Ligand density

Binding capacity

E-CM-HI01

Phenyl Focurose 6FF (HS)

Highly cross-linked 6% agarose

40-50 µmol/mL

40 mg (IgG)/mL (media)

E-CM-HI02

Phenyl Focurose 6FF (LS)

Highly cross-linked 6% agarose

15-20 µmol/mL

15 mg (IgG)/mL (media)

E-CM-HI03

Phenyl Focurose 6HP

Highly cross-linked 6% agarose

25-30 µmol/mL

30 mg (IgG)/mL (media)

E-CM-HI04

Phenyl Focurose 6BB

Cross-linked 6% agarose

25-30 µmol/mL

25 mg (IgG)/mL (media)

E-CM-HI06

Butyl-S Focurose 6FF

Highly cross-linked 6% agarose

10 µmol/mL

10-20 mg (Lysyme)/mL (media)

E-CM-HI07

Octyl Focurose 4FF

Highly cross-linked 4% agarose

~5 µmol/mL

~10 mg (Lysyme)/mL (media)


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