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Roche this week launched its Complete His-Tag purification column for purifying histidine-tagged proteins from cell lysates.

The column uses Roche's nickel-chelate chemistry and is compatible with commonly used reducing agents, metalloproteinase inhibiting reagents, and different buffer and salt environments allowing researchers to choose optimal conditions, the company said. Additionally, the columns require no buffer exchange or resin recharging following purification.

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