High Density Nickel
Nickel chelate resins recognize two exposed histidines for an appreciable retention of a protein and it is recommended in the majority of the cases. This resin works well with relatively easy to separate His-tagged proteins.
High Density Nickel provides a higher amount of available groups and usually allows for higher binding capacity. The resin is adequate to work in batch or column purifications (Low Flow).
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