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BioSep GFC/SEC HPLC Columns

Product Information
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Aqueous Size Exclusion (SEC) / Gel Filtration (GFC) for Protein and Peptides
BioSep gel filtration (GFC/SEC) columns provide efficient separation for biomolecules such as proteins, peptides, immunoglobulins

Aqueous Size Exclusion (SEC) / Gel Filtration (GFC) for Protein and Peptides

Proteins & Peptides Simplified

BioSep Gel Filtration (GFC/SEC) columns are used to analyze and/or characterize proteins, peptides, and other biomolecules, including antibodies, immunoglobulins, protein complexes, protein aggregates, and desalting. BioSep columns offer many important benefits to keep your research, method development/validation, and ongoing size exclusion separations simple. For new UHPLC/HPLC GFC method development, turn to Biozen SEC columns.

  • High Efficiencies for Greater Resolution
  • Expanded Resolution Windows
  • Excellent Reproducibility
  • Highly Inert for Better Recovery and Quantitation

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Phases

Gel Filtration Chromatography (GFC)
SEC-s3000
Hydrophilic bonded silica with a pore size of 290Å
Recommended Use
Ideal for immunoglobulin aggregate applications, medium to large proteins, and serum proteins.
Official Method
L33
Particle Size
5
SEC-s4000
Hydrophilic bonded silica with a pore size of 500Å
Recommended Use
Ideal for large proteins and PEGylated IgG.
Official Method
-
Particle Size
5
SEC-s2000
Ideal for biogeneric aggregate applications, peptide therapeutics, small proteins, PEGylated peptides, and PEGylated small proteins.
Recommended Use
Hydrophilic bonded silica with a pore size of 145Å
Official Method
L33, L35
Particle Size
5
No Separation Mode
No Phase
-
Recommended Use
-
Official Method
-
Particle Size
5