Bio-Rad Laboratories, Biotage, GeneGo | GenomeWeb
Bio-Rad Laboratories this week launched the Profinity eXact Fusion-tag System for the purification of affinity-tagged proteins.
 
The system uses an immobilized, engineered subtilisin protease to perform affinity binding and tag cleavage, significantly shortening the purification process, the company said in a statement. Profinity eXact allows researchers to purify tag-free proteins in one hour, Tanis Correa, senior product managmer for Bio-Rad Lab Chromatography products, said in the statement.
 

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