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Characteristics Of Cleanascite™
Does not bind to DNA, RNA, enzymes and proteins
Leaves glycoproteins, antibodies, nucleic acids, hemoglobin, proteoglycans, nucleic acids, serum components(such as hormones, nutrients, globulins, clotting factors, transport proteins) alone
Extends the life of membrane and chromatographic columns.
Ideal for delipidation treatments for downstream processing of large-scale therapeutic proteins, enzymes and monclonal antibodies.
Ideal for clarifying ascites, serum, cell & tissue culture, bile and organ homogenates
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