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Protein A/G Magnetic Beads

Reusable Protein A/G conjugated magnetic beads with ≥10 mg/ml binding capacity for antibody purification from multiple sources
Catalog #: 6527

Product Details

Cat # +Size 6527-1
Size 1 ml
Highlights • CONTENTS-
Supplied as a 50% slurry in PBS with 0.02% sodium azide.
Support Characteristics- Paramagnetic, spherical, 6 % cross-linked agarose
Ligand- Recombinant fusion Protein A/G
Particle Size- 75 – 150 µm
Binding Capacity- Generally >10 mg human IgG/ml wet beads
Working Temperature- Room temperature
Storage Solution- PBS w/0.02% NaN₃
FEATURES- Easy to use, high-binding capacity, non-adherent beads. Useful for immunoprecipitation and enrichment of IgG antibodies. High affinity for Fc region of IgG antibodies from a variety of species. Protein A/G binds to all IgG subclasses from various mammalian species, including all IgGs that bind to both Protein A and Protein G individually, making it the ideal choice for purification of all kinds of polyclonal or monoclonal IgG antibodies.
Storage Conditions 4°C
Shipping Conditions Gel Pack
USAGE For Research Use Only! Not For Use in Humans.


Protein A/G Magnetic Beads are prepared by covalently coupling Recombinant fusion Protein A/G (contains eight IgG binding domains, BV catalog # 6502) to 6% crosslinked magnetically beaded agarose. The coupling technique is optimized to give a high binding capacity for IgG. The capacity of IgG binding is generally greater than 10 mg of human IgG per ml of wet gel.

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