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New Products: Jul 23, 2009


GE Healthcare this week launched the Mag Sepharose magnetic beads for the capture and selective enrichment of proteins and peptides.

According to the company, the visible, dense magnetic beads are easy to use, have simple flexible protocols and elution conditions optimized for both electrophoresis and mass-spec analysis.

The beads are available in a TiO2 Mag Sepharose format for enriching phosphopeptides from complex samples; protein A and protein G Mag Sepharose format for the capture of target proteins by immunoprecipitation; and NHS Mag Sepharose format for covalent coupling of any protein containing amine groups for pull-down experiments.

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