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Gel filtration chromatography

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Gel filtration chromatography, also known as size exclusion chromatography (SEC), is a chromatographic method that separates molecules by their size or molecular weight. SEC can be used for wide ranges of separation and purification of components with large molecular weight differences and low resolution requirement, such as proteins, polysaccharides and other macromolecules.


Cat. No.

Product name

Matrix

Particle size range

Average particle size

E-CM-GF01

Focurose 4B

4% agarose

45-165 µm

90 µm

E-CM-GF02

Focurose 6B

6% agarose

45-165 µm

90 µm

E-CM-GF03

Focurose 4BB

Cross-linked 4% agarose

165-300 µm

200 µm

E-CM-GF04

Focurose 6BB

Cross-linked 6% agarose

165-300 µm

200 µm

E-CM-GF05

Focurose CL-4B

Lowly cross-linked 4% agarose

45-165 µm

90 µm

E-CM-GF06

Focurose CL-6B

Lowly cross-linked 6% agarose

45-165 µm

90 µm

E-CM-GF07

Focurose 4FF

Highly cross-linked 4% agarose

45-165 µm

90 µm

E-CM-GF08

Focurose 6FF

Highly cross-linked 6% agarose

45-165 µm

90 µm

E-CM-GF09

Focudex G-25 Medium

Dextran

45-165 µm

100-300 µm

E-CM-GF10

Focudex G-75 Medium

Cross-linked dextran

45-165 µm

80-300 µm