Protein_AProtein A/G 4 Rapid Run

Contains a mixture of 50% of Agarose Resin 4 RAPID RUN™ Protein G and 50% of Agarose Resin 4 RAPID RUN™ Protein A

Protein A 4 Rapid Run

designed for high purity separation of monoclonal and polyclonal antibodies at the laboratory and process scales.

Both are immobilized by a covalent binding that avoids protein loss and allows reuse.


Upcomming Event

medicaWill be at Medica , Nov. 12th, 2014

Come and visit us in
Hall 2, Stand 2D35, in Dusseldorf, Germany

Request an appointment via email:

Institute of Organic Chemistry, CSIC

cesicThe biological glycochemistry group at the Institute of Organic Chemistry, CSIC, has been using agarose resins manufactured by ABT for quite some time.

The affinity resins have been utilized for the purification of a large number of recombinant proteins (Glycosyltransferases, sulfotransferases, kinases, etc.) to increase stability and re-usability. Additionally, with a wide variety of available resins with different functional groups, the ABT resins have been used for both ionic and covalent immobilization of low molecular weight biomolecules of medical interest (antibiotics, proteoglycans, etc.). These immobilized biomolecules can act as catalysts in a variety of synthesis reactions in an aqueous medium where conventional catalysts do not work. Our high capacity (40-60 m mol / mL gel) resins can assure very high biocatalytic activity saving time and money.

Dra. Agatha Bastida Codina
Departamento de Química Bio-Orgánica

Come meet us at Vanderbilt University

Thursday,  August 14:   – The  Life Science Exhibits (LSE) show will be at the Nashville Marriott at Vanderbilt University, in the Acorn Ballroom, 2555 West End Avenue, Nashville, TN from  11:00- 2:00 PM. Come learn more about Agarose Beads for Affinity Chromatography and Affinity Coupling.


Special offer 1+1 Streptavidin


Streptadivin resins


ABT announces the availability of a new 2 ml package size Cat# 6RRF-STV-2 for our Streptavidin resins. Streptavidin is a tetrameric protein containing four biotin-binding sites. Recombinant streptavidin is immobilized on a highly crosslinked fine beaded agarose designed to bind biotinylated biomolecules. The method used to prepare this resin is superior to other immobilization tech
niques providing higher binding capacity with lower ligand leaching. Read more

3rd Multistep Enzyme Catalyzed Processes Congress

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Agarose Bead Technologies ABT is going to sponsor the 3rd Multistep Enzyme Catalyzed Processes Congress (MECP14) that will be held during 7-10 April 2014, in Madrid, Spain. MECP14 will be hosted by the Spanish National Research Council (CSIC) under the auspices of ESAB and of the Spanish Society of Biotechnology (SEBiot).

This conference aims to cover the broad field of multienzyme systems from the “simplest”’ system in which one or a few isolated enzymes are used alone or in combination with non-enzyme-catalyzed steps, to the most “complex” system in which artificial pathways are created or even whole cells are modified to be used as synthetic cell factories. Read more

Come visit us at Georgetown University

Come visit us at Georgetown University March 12th to see the latest products for separation, purification and conjugation of biomolecules from ABT (Agarose Bead Technologies). Fall 2011 - Georgetown Law School Campus Photos.

Meet us at Anlytica 2014

Meet us at Analytica 2014 in Munich, April 1st-4th! We welcome you to register for an appointment via info@abtbeads.esanalytica_2014


With only a syringe and an easily packed 1ml cartridge of the appropriate resin you can begin recovering your purified protein in a very short time.