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ÄKTA purifier 100

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  1. Chromatography instrument


  1. Resource Description
    "The The AKTA Purifier Range (formally GE Amersham Pharmacia AKTA Purifier) is the new "classic" system used for the rapid purification of proteins at low to medium pressures, high performance purification and characterization. Using state-of-the-art computer-controlled pumps, UV and pH/ conductivity monitors, as well as a fraction collector, the AKTA Purifier FPLC range will greatly increase your protein purification efficiencies - indispensable when working with labile biomolecules and enzymes. The GE Pharmacia AKTA Purifier series is a high end liquid chromatography system designed for fast and reliable separations of peptides and nucleic acids. AKTApurifier runs all techniques, from μg to mg scale at flow rates from 0.001 ml/min to 10 ml/min and pressures from 0 to 25 MPa. With operational simplicity and a wide range of pre-programmed application protocols and method templates. The AKTA purifier range incorporates many features to minimize preparation and run times and maximize reliability and reproducibility of results. AKTApurifier range is essential in guaranteeing fast, reproducible runs every-time. The tunable detector featured in this model allows you to select from a wide spectral range. The AKTA Purifier 100 allows of flow rates of up to 100 ml per minute."
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  3. Contact
    Nekhai, Sergei, Ph.D.
  4. Manufacturer
    General Electric Company
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  7. Related Technique
    Protein purification
  8. Related Technique
    Liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry
  9. Related Technique
    Fast protein liquid chromatography
  10. Location
    RCMI Proteomics Facility
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