Protein A Agarose Resin
Protein A agarose resin consists of rProtein A covalently bound to crosslinked agarose beads. It provides a very stable bond that can greatly minimize leakage of the Protein A allowing for reuse of the affinity resin in several purification steps. The resin works well in batch or column purifications (Low Flow).
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