GE Healthcare last week launched the HiTrap Capto IEX Selection Kit, a set of prepacked HiTrap 1-mL columns for selecting the best Capto ion exchange chromatography media for a given application.
Capto offers high-volume throughput with high capacity for fast and efficient purification of large amounts of protein, the company said in a statement. The HiTrap kits allow for fast, easy screening of three traditional and two multimodal ion exchange chromatography media before scale-up.
The kit comprises five different high-capacity ion exchange and multimodal ion exchange media based on the Capto highly rigid agarose base matrix.
GenoLogics this week launched Proteus 4.0 data management software.
Proteus 4.0 automates data capture from proteomics experiments and “seamlessly” tracks projects, samples, and results. It has “purposed instrument and analytical software integrations” and enhances analysis of contextually relevant protein and peptide comparisons, the company said in a statement. It also has a web interface allowing customers and external collaborators to submit samples and the laboratory to publish results.