Glyoxal a useful tool to conjugate antibodies

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“In our sulfotransferase immobilization experiments, enzyme immobilized on ABT’s Glyoxal Agarose beads showed highest activity and stability in comparing with other beads.”

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BUY 1 GET 1 FREE Protein A Cartridges

ProteinA-CartridgesProtein A Rapid Run™ Cartridge 1ml is a Pre-Packed ready to use product for use in the MPLC, FPLC™ and ÄKTA design devices. ABT offers units of 2 or 5 cartridges packed with 1ml of Protein A Rapid Run™ resin. rProtein A has Protein A agarose resin consists of rProtein A covalently bound to crosslinked agarose beads. It provides a very stable bond that can greatly minimize leakage of the Protein A allowing for reuse of the affinity resin in several purification steps. The resin works well in High Flow conditions.
Cat Nº 6RRFPA-CTg1-2   Cat Nº 6RRFPA-CTg 1-5
Valid until the end of 31/04/2013

Find the most suitable resin

testimonialSometimes the only way to know which purification or immobilization resin is the best for each work is to test with different activations. ABT offer inexpensive test kits for prior practical evaluation of the resin that will give best results in your process.

“In order to find a suitable carrier for the immobilization of enzymes we need to screen a large number of potential candidates. ABT facilitates this screening by offering their range in immobilization beads in a convenient test kit. This makes selection of the best carrier possible without the need to buy relatively large (and expensive) amounts of resins.”

Testimonial from Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Groningen, the
Netherlands.

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Check out ABT upcoming events!

Call or email for details for each event. You can visit us and discover our company at:

  • March 12,Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, OH
  • April 4, UCLA Med. Center, Los Angeles, CA
  • April 5 – Univ. of Southern California Med. Center, Los Angeles, CA
  • May 9 – Duke University Med. Center, Durham, NC
  • May 23 – Washington Univ. Med Center, St. Louis, MO
  • July 18 – Univ. of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI

Agarose Beads Technologies new website

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ABT today announced the release of its new website. The new design, which is more user-friendly in its browsing experience, has redistributed the layout of major sections, and includes improvements in line with the latest on-line trends.
We invite all our customers and other business partners to visit our new website today at www.abtbeads.com!