FPLC in a Pipette Tip
New Rainin PureSpeed™ Protein Tips incorporate a patented packed-resin bed that contains ProA, ProG or IMAC resin within the pipette tip end.
Used with the customisable purification protocol in Rainin’s E4™ XLS™ electronic pipette, processing for up to 12 protein samples in parallel, is automated in as little as 15 minutes.
Through repeated aspiration and dispense, this unique system maximises the capture of functional groups within the resin bed and final washing efficiency, to produce purer more concentrated protein samples.
PureSpeed’s unique process draws a sample repeatedly over a low dead volume, packed resin bed in the tip’s end, delivering greater saturation, stronger binding kinetics and
higher protein concentration than either gravity-fed affinity columns or spin columns.
The low volume of resin in a PureSpeed tip allows a greater wash volume to produce the greatest purity possible. A unique second wash step optimizes the protein purification
process to produce the highest enrichment possible during the final elution step.
In the final step, a small volume of low pH elution buffer releases the protein from the resin. With this efficient and low volume
system, PureSpeed tips produce the highest concentration of purified material of any purification technique.
Minutes, not hours!
Rainin’s PureSpeed system produces purified protein in as little as 15 minutes. PureSpeed tips eliminate the need for additional concentration steps and the PureSpeed protocol on Rainin’s E4 XLS automates many of the purification steps.
See how Rainin’s E4 XLS electronic pipette and PureSpeed tips could radically change how you purify native and recombinant proteins.
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