Amintra Heparin Resin

Amintra Heparin Resin

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Amintra Heparin Resin is an affinity chromatography medium that is used for the purification of biomolecules that show affinity to heparin, such as antithrombin III, coagulation factors and other plasma proteins, DNA binding proteins, lipoproteins, protein synthesis factors, enzymes that act on nucleic acids, and steroid receptors.

 
The base matrix is made of cross-linked porous agarose. The particles have an open pore structure with good mass transfer properties to large protein molecules. Heparin is immobilized to the base matrix by reducing amination method.
The medium shows high mechanical rigidity, so it can be operated at high flow velocities with moderate pressure drops. The medium is compatible with most of the chemical reagents commonly used in biological systems.
 
 
Characteristics of Amintra Heparin Resin
Matrix
Agarose
Functional group
Heparin of porcine origin
Ligand density
4 - 5 mg/ml
Particle size
50 - 150µm
pH stability
4-13 (short term) and 4-12 (long term)
Working
temperature

4oC – 30oC
Chemical stability
All commonly used buffers, 6M guanidine-HCl, 8 M urea
Storage
0.05 M sodium acetate in 20% denatured ethanol
Supplied as
50% Slurry

 
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