Agarose Resins

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Product info

Catalog Id
Size
Price
a-185-500
500 mL
732.00
a-185-1000
1 L
1,108.00
Description

(150-350µm)
Agarose is a very inert polysaccharide that forms hydrophilic and high gel strength gels at low concentrations.
Agarose beads are microspheres of agarose gels with different particle diameters and concentrations. Small spherical particles of agarose act as a porous gel to filter or separate a mixture of molecules according to their individual sizes. Due to its chemical structure (easy to activate), the agarose beads may be prepared to bind biomolecules in a reversible or irreversible manner. Plain agarose beads are used in gel filtration chromatography (or molecular exclusion chromatography) as well as for activating beads for biomolecule purification or immobilization.
Plain agarose beads can also be used for activating processes, generating active groups inside its pores capable of reversible or irreversible biomolecule bonds. Due to the bead’s large internal surface and to its composition (inert polysaccharide), agarose is an ideal medium for the preparation of activated beads.

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Catalog Id
Size
Price
a-181-500
500 mL
730.00
a-181-1000
1 L
1,161.00
Description

(50-150µm) Agarose is a very inert polysaccharide that forms hydrophilic and high gel strength gels at low concentrations.
Agarose beads are microspheres of agarose gels with different particle diameters and concentrations. Small spherical particles of agarose act as a porous gel to filter or separate a mixture of molecules according to their individual sizes. Due to its chemical structure (easy to activate), the agarose beads may be prepared to bind biomolecules in a reversible or irreversible manner. Plain agarose beads are used in gel filtration chromatography (or molecular exclusion chromatography) as well as for activating beads for biomolecule purification or immobilization.
Plain agarose beads can also be used for activating processes, generating active groups inside its pores capable of reversible or irreversible biomolecule bonds. Due to the bead’s large internal surface and to its composition (inert polysaccharide), agarose is an ideal medium for the preparation of activated beads.

Product info

Catalog Id
Size
Price
a-191-500
500 mL
832.00
a-191-1000
1 L
1,258.00
Description

(50-150µm)
Agarose is a very inert polysaccharide that forms hydrophilic and high gel strength gels at low concentrations.
Agarose beads are microspheres of agarose gels with different particle diameters and concentrations. Small spherical particles of agarose act as a porous gel to filter or separate a mixture of molecules according to their individual sizes. Due to its chemical structure (easy to activate), the agarose beads may be prepared to bind biomolecules in a reversible or irreversible manner.
Cross-linked agarose beads are used in gel filtration chromatography (or molecular exclusion chromatography) as well as for activating beads for biomolecule purification or immobilization.
Cross-linked agarose beads can also be used for activating processes, generating active groups inside its pores capable of reversible or irreversible biomolecule bonds. Due to the bead’s large internal surface and to its composition (inert polysaccharide), agarose is an ideal medium for the preparation of activated beads.

Product info

Catalog Id
Size
Price
a-173-250
250 mL
573.00
a-173-500
500 mL
862.00
a-173-1000
1000 mL
1,352.00
Description

(20-50µm)
Agarose is a very inert polysaccharide that forms hydrophilic and high gel strength gels at low concentrations.
Agarose beads are microspheres of agarose gels with different particle diameters and concentrations. Small spherical particles of agarose act as a porous gel to filter or separate a mixture of molecules according to their individual sizes. Due to its chemical structure (easy to activate), the agarose beads may be prepared to bind biomolecules in a reversible or irreversible manner.
Plain agarose beads are used in gel filtration chromatography (or molecular exclusion chromatography) as well as for activating beads for biomolecule purification or immobilization.
Plain agarose beads can also be used for activating processes, generating active groups inside its pores capable of reversible or irreversible biomolecule bonds. Due to the bead’s large internal surface and to its composition (inert polysaccharide), agarose is an ideal medium for the preparation of activated beads.

Product info

Catalog Id
Size
Price
a-171-250
250 mL
666.00
a-171-500
500 mL
954.00
a-171-1000
1000 mL
1,444.00
Description

(20-50µm)
Agarose is a very inert polysaccharide that forms hydrophilic and high gel strength gels at low concentrations.
Agarose beads are microspheres of agarose gels with different particle diameters and concentrations. Small spherical particles of agarose act as a porous gel to filter or separate a mixture of molecules according to their individual sizes. Due to its chemical structure (easy to activate), the agarose beads may be prepared to bind biomolecules in a reversible or irreversible manner.
Cross-linked agarose beads are used in gel filtration chromatography (or molecular exclusion chromatography) as well as for activating beads for biomolecule purification or immobilization.
Cross-linked agarose beads can also be used for activating processes, generating active groups inside its pores capable of reversible or irreversible biomolecule bonds. Due to the bead’s large internal surface and to its composition (inert polysaccharide), agarose is an ideal medium for the preparation of activated beads.

Product info

Catalog Id
Size
Price
a-182-500
500 mL
702.00
a-182-1000
1 L
1,080.00
Description

(50-150µm)
Agarose is a very inert polysaccharide that forms hydrophilic and high gel strength gels at low concentrations.
Agarose beads are microspheres of agarose gels with different particle diameters and concentrations. Small spherical particles of agarose act as a porous gel to filter or separate a mixture of molecules according to their individual sizes. Due to its chemical structure (easy to activate), the agarose beads may be prepared to bind biomolecules in a reversible or irreversible manner. Plain agarose beads are used in gel filtration chromatography (or molecular exclusion chromatography) as well as for activating beads for biomolecule purification or immobilization.
Plain agarose beads can also be used for activating processes, generating active groups inside its pores capable of reversible or irreversible biomolecule bonds. Due to the bead’s large internal surface and to its composition (inert polysaccharide), agarose is an ideal medium for the preparation of activated beads.

Product info

Catalog Id
Size
Price
a-192-500
500 mL
752.00
a-192-1000
1 L
1,128.00
Description

(50-150µm)
Agarose is a very inert polysaccharide that forms hydrophilic and high gel strength gels at low concentrations.
Agarose beads are microspheres of agarose gels with different particle diameters and concentrations. Small spherical particles of agarose act as a porous gel to filter or separate a mixture of molecules according to their individual sizes. Due to its chemical structure (easy to activate), the agarose beads may be prepared to bind biomolecules in a reversible or irreversible manner.
Cross-linked agarose beads are used in gel filtration chromatography (or molecular exclusion chromatography) as well as for activating beads for biomolecule purification or immobilization.
Cross-linked agarose beads can also be used for activating processes, generating active groups inside its pores capable of reversible or irreversible biomolecule bonds. Due to the bead’s large internal surface and to its composition (inert polysaccharide), agarose is an ideal medium for the preparation of activated beads.

Product info

Catalog Id
Size
Price
r-200-500
500 mL
1,076.00
r-200-1000
1 L
1,521.00
Description

This matrix is a highly cross-linked 4% agarose bead with a bead size of 50-150 µm. It is a gel filtration resin developed for industrial-scale separation of large molecules and virus particles utilizing higher pressure and flow rates rather than low pressure standard beads.

This matrix is not preactivated. For preactivated resins, look for Aminoethyl Agarose Beads, Glyoxal Agarose Beads, Protein A or Protein G.

HTC beads are high throughput beads designed to meet the demand for industrial process separation. Their rigidity and mechanical resistance permits high flow rates with good resolution in a minimum time frame, making these beads ideal for process-scale use. HTC Beads are highly cross-linked 4% and 6% agarose matrices and have excellent physical and chromatographic qualities. They are autoclavable. These beads are an ideal support for the immobilization of ligands for Affinity Chromatography and base media support for producing IEX (Ion Exchange) and hydrophobic interaction chromatography resins.

Product info

Catalog Id
Size
Price
a-174-250
250 mL
582.00
a-174-500
500 mL
885.00
a-174-1000
1000 mL
1,376.00
Description

(20-50µm)
Agarose is a very inert polysaccharide that forms hydrophilic and high gel strength gels at low concentrations.
Agarose beads are microspheres of agarose gels with different particle diameters and concentrations. Small spherical particles of agarose act as a porous gel to filter or separate a mixture of molecules according to their individual sizes. Due to its chemical structure (easy to activate), the agarose beads may be prepared to bind biomolecules in a reversible or irreversible manner. Plain agarose beads are used in gel filtration chromatography (or molecular exclusion chromatography) as well as for activating beads for biomolecule purification or immobilization.
Plain agarose beads can also be used for activating processes, generating active groups inside its pores capable of reversible or irreversible biomolecule bonds. Due to the bead’s large internal surface and to its composition (inert polysaccharide), agarose is an ideal medium for the preparation of activated beads.

Product info

Catalog Id
Size
Price
a-172-250
250 mL
741.00
a-172-500
500 mL
1,095.00
a-172-1000
1000 mL
1,497.00
Description

(20-50µm)
Agarose is a very inert polysaccharide that forms hydrophilic and high gel strength gels at low concentrations.
Agarose beads are microspheres of agarose gels with different particle diameters and concentrations. Small spherical particles of agarose act as a porous gel to filter or separate a mixture of molecules according to their individual sizes. Due to its chemical structure (easy to activate), the agarose beads may be prepared to bind biomolecules in a reversible or irreversible manner.
Cross-linked agarose beads are used in gel filtration chromatography (or molecular exclusion chromatography) as well as for activating beads for biomolecule purification or immobilization.
Cross-linked agarose beads can also be used for activating processes, generating active groups inside its pores capable of reversible or irreversible biomolecule bonds. Due to the bead’s large internal surface and to its composition (inert polysaccharide), agarose is an ideal medium for the preparation of activated beads.

Product info

Catalog Id
Size
Price
a-183-500
500 mL
712.00
a-183-1000
1 L
1,092.00
Description

(50-150µm)
Agarose is a very inert polysaccharide that forms hydrophilic and high gel strength gels at low concentrations.
Agarose beads are microspheres of agarose gels with different particle diameters and concentrations. Small spherical particles of agarose act as a porous gel to filter or separate a mixture of molecules according to their individual sizes. Due to its chemical structure (easy to activate), the agarose beads may be prepared to bind biomolecules in a reversible or irreversible manner. Plain agarose beads are used in gel filtration chromatography (or molecular exclusion chromatography) as well as for activating beads for biomolecule purification or immobilization.
Plain agarose beads can also be used for activating processes, generating active groups inside its pores capable of reversible or irreversible biomolecule bonds. Due to the bead’s large internal surface and to its composition (inert polysaccharide), agarose is an ideal medium for the preparation of activated beads.

Product info

Catalog Id
Size
Price
a-193-500
500 mL
774.00
a-193-1000
1 L
1,149.00
Description

(50-150µm)
Agarose is a very inert polysaccharide that forms hydrophilic and high gel strength gels at low concentrations.
Agarose beads are microspheres of agarose gels with different particle diameters and concentrations. Small spherical particles of agarose act as a porous gel to filter or separate a mixture of molecules according to their individual sizes. Due to its chemical structure (easy to activate), the agarose beads may be prepared to bind biomolecules in a reversible or irreversible manner. Cross-linked agarose beads are used in gel filtration chromatography (or molecular exclusion chromatography) as well as for activating beads for biomolecule purification or immobilization.
Cross-linked agarose beads can also be used for activating processes, generating active groups inside its pores capable of reversible or irreversible biomolecule bonds. Due to the bead’s large internal surface and to its composition (inert polysaccharide), agarose is an ideal medium for the preparation of activated beads.

Product info

Catalog Id
Size
Price
r-201-500
500 mL
1,167.00
r-201-1000
1 L
1,586.00
Description

This matrix is a highly crosslinked 6% agarose bead with a bead size of 50-150 µm. It is a gel filtration resin developed for industrial-scale separation of large molecules and virus particles utilizing higher pressure and flow rates rather than low pressure Standard Beads.

This matrix is not preactivated. For preactivated resins, look for Aminoethyl Agarose Beads, Glyoxal Agarose Beads, Protein A or Protein G.

HTC beads are high throughput beads designed to meet the demand for industrial process separation. Their rigidity and mechanical resistance permits high flow rates with good resolution in a minimum time frame, making these beads ideal for process-scale use. HTC beads are highly crosslinked 4% and 6% agarose matrices and have excellent physical and chromatographic qualities. They are autoclavable. These beads are an ideal support for the immobilization of ligands for Affinity Chromatography and base media support for producing IEX (Ion Exchange) and hydrophobic interaction chromatography resins.

Product info

Catalog Id
Size
Price
a-184-500
500 mL
716.00
a-184-1000
1 L
1,095.00
Description

(50-150µm)
Agarose is a very inert polysaccharide that forms hydrophilic and high gel strength gels at low concentrations.
Agarose beads are microspheres of agarose gels with different particle diameters and concentrations. Small spherical particles of agarose act as a porous gel to filter or separate a mixture of molecules according to their individual sizes. Due to its chemical structure (easy to activate), the agarose beads may be prepared to bind biomolecules in a reversible or irreversible manner. Plain agarose beads are used in gel filtration chromatography (or molecular exclusion chromatography) as well as for activating beads for biomolecule purification or immobilization.
Plain agarose beads can also be used for activating processes, generating active groups inside its pores capable of reversible or irreversible biomolecule bonds. Due to the bead’s large internal surface and to its composition (inert polysaccharide), agarose is an ideal medium for the preparation of activated beads.

Product info

Catalog Id
Size
Price
a-499-25
25 mL
213.00
a-499-100
100 mL
730.00
Description

High Density Aminoethyl 4% crosslinked beads allows covalent binding of agarose to carboxy group amino acids of the target ligand. This product is adequate to work in batch or column purifications (Low Pressure). The resin has a high amount of aldehyde groups (40-60 µm diaminoethyl / mL gel) providing a very good option to conjugate affinity ligands improving the stability of the ligand. The backbone of the resin is 4% agarose beads and the pore size is adequate to work with enzymes, proteins & antibodies.

Aminoethyl resins give the biomolecules increased stability through the covalent bonds of the agarose to carboxy group amino acids of the target ligand, thus facilitating recovery and later reuse. This covalent binding also confers a qualitative advantage compared to resins activated with CNBr, in which the binding is weaker.

Biomolecules can be immobilized by binding them to a support under conditions that will then determine the characteristics of the complex. Immobilization is a technique that binds a ligand (enzyme, antibody, affinity proteins like Protein A or Protein G) to a support, giving high stability and making it easier to reuse the immobilized molecule.

The choice of Glyoxal or Aminoethyl will depend on the biomolecule to be immobilized, the accessibility of the reactive groups, and the direction/orientation required for the binding to the support.

Storage/Handling: Store at 4°C. Do not freeze.

Product info

Catalog Id
Size
Price
a-503-25
25 mL
220.00
a-503-100
100 mL
810.00
Description

HIGH Density Aminoethyl 6% crosslinked beads allow covalent binding of agarose to carboxy group amino acids of the target ligand. This product is adequate to work in batch or column purifications (Low Pressure). The resin has a high amount of aldehyde groups (40-60 µm diaminoethyl / mL gel) providing a very good option to conjugate affinity ligands improving the stability of the ligand. The backbone of the resin is 6% agarose beads and the pore size is adequate to work with enzymes & proteins mainly.

Aminoethyl resins give the biomolecules increased stability through the covalent bonds of the agarose to carboxy group amino acids of the target ligand, thus facilitating recovery and later reuse. This covalent binding also confers a qualitative advantage compared to resins activated with CNBr, in which the binding is weaker.

Biomolecules can be immobilized by binding them to a support under conditions that will then determine the characteristics of the complex. Immobilization is a technique that binds a ligand (enzyme, antibody, affinity proteins like Protein A or Protein G) to a support, giving high stability and making it easier to reuse the immobilized molecule.

The choice of Glyoxal or Aminoethyl will depend on the biomolecule to be immobilized, the accessibility of the reactive groups, and the direction/ orientation required for the binding to the support.

Storage/Handling: Store at 4°C. Do not freeze.