GE Healthcare, GenoLogics

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.

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