Ion Exchange Chromatography Solutions for Every Application

Ion exchange chromatography separates compounds based on net surface charge. Molecules are classified as either anions (having a negative charge) or cations (having a positive charge). Some molecules (e.g., proteins) may have both an anionic and cationic group. A positively-charged support (anion exchanger) will bind a compound with an overall negative charge. Conversely, a negatively-charged support (cation exchanger) will bind a compound with an overall positive charge. 

 

Ion exchange matrices can be further categorized as either strong or weak. Strong ion exchange matrices are charged (ionized) across a wide range of pH levels. Weak ion exchange matrices are ionized within a narrower pH range. 

 

 

Acrodisc® Units with Mustang® Q and S Membranes

Disposable Chromatography Units with High Binding Capacities and Fast Flow Rates
Disposable Chromatography Units with High Binding Capacities and Fast Flow Rates
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Acrodisc® Units with Mustang® E Membrane

Remove Endotoxin from Water, Buffer, Neutral Sugars, and Certain Biological Solutions
Remove Endotoxin from Water, Buffer, Neutral Sugars, and Certain Biological Solutions
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AcroPrep™ Advance 96-Well Filter Plates for Protein Purification

Versatile Format for Multiple Purification Strategies
Versatile Format for Multiple Purification Strategies
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