Agilent offers column for protein characterisation
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orbax RRHD 300SB-C18 1.8-micron column
Agilent Technologies has launched the Zorbax RRHD 300SB-C18 1.8-micron column for ultra-high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) systems.
It is a silica reversed-phase column that can be used for higher-order reversed-phase characterisation of intact proteins and protein digests.
Linda Lloyd, biocolumns product manager at Agilent, said the new column extends the company's portfolio of tools for protein primary structure analysis.
The columns are packed with Zorbax Stablebond stationary phase, providing stability down to pH 1, permitting use of trifluoroacetic acid and formic acid eluents.
The columns are stable up to 90C.
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