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The Purification Insights Blog

QuickTip #10: Avoiding loss of activity of Ni charged IMAC columns

Have you experienced how Nickel-charged chromatography columns used for purifying His-tagged proteins lose their blue color, become a bit yellow and can’t bind your protein anymore? It can happen...

QuickTip #9: Purifying a His-tagged protein with low expression level

Do you find yourself having to deal with a very low yield of your target protein after the expression? Are you using a His-tag? Here are some ideas to help you with your purification.

QuickTip #5: Filter everything

Filtering is crucial in order to protect the packed column from all solid particles in feeds or eluents. Clogging of the column will increase back-pressure and disturb the feed loading zone causing...

QuickTip #4: yield of His-tagged proteins

Immobilized Metal Ion Affinity Chromatography (IMAC) is used for purification of His-tagged proteins. Ni-NTA based resins are the most commonly used as the Ni2+ ion is considered to have the...