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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 #6: Use true buffers

A critical and fundamental factor in both analytical and preparative chromatography is the use of true buffers. In other words, mobile phases with buffering capacity. For example, in peptide...

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...

Some general tips on protein purification strategy

Can you generalize about something as broad as protein purification strategy? Surely it depends on the protein and the situation in general? Well, yes, of course. But there are some general aspects...