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Superflow 6

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Introduction:
Product Code806
Bead Size60-160µm
Agarose concentration6%
Molecular exclusion limit6 million Daltons
Flow rate700cm/hr*
Cleaning1M NaOH
Storage Conditions20% ethanol, 2-8°C
Temperature stability range2-100°C (wet)
AutoclavableHydrated at pH 7 for 30 min
pH stability range2-14
Chemical stability4M KI, 4M NaSCN, 8M urea, 6M guanidine HCl
Physical stabilityNegligible volume changes due to changes in pH or ionic strength
Drug Master FileU.S. Food & Drug Administration

*Flow rate determined in a 1.5x5cm column



- Medium pressure matrix for a variety of protein applications
- Low nonspecific binding
- Robust and stable bead for further activation and ligand immobilization
- Cleanable with 1M NaOH
- Broad chemical resistance for industrial applications
- Autoclavable
- Used as the support in many industry-leading tagged purification resins
- cGMP manufacturing; Regulatory Support File available
- DMF with USFDA


Superflow 6 beads exhibit the same high chemical and biological stability as our Uniflow media. The 6% beads are further stabilized by a chemical hardening reaction that supports flow rates up to five times higher than our regular crosslinked 4% beads. Superflow 6 is an excellent choice as a support for ligand immobilization.

Superflow 6 beads exhibit the same high chemical and biological stability as our Uniflow media. The 6% beads are further stabilized by a chemical hardening reaction that supports flow rates up to five times higher than our regular crosslinked 4% beads. Superflow 6 is an excellent choice as a support for ligand immobilization.

Superflow 6 beads exhibit the same high chemical and biological stability as our Uniflow media. The 6% beads are further stabilized by a chemical hardening reaction that supports flow rates up to five times higher than our regular crosslinked 4% beads. Superflow 6 is an excellent choice as a support for ligand immobilization.