4% BCL Agarose Bead Standard (50-150µm)
4% BCL Agarose Bead Standard is a crosslinked agarose resin with a bead size of 50-150 µm. It is a gel filtration resin commonly used for coupling affinity ligands. The matrix is not pre-activated so the user needs to generate groups for coupling procedures.
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