Thermo Scientific Slide-A-Lyzer G2 Dialysis Cassettes (2K MWCO) provide maximum convenience, flexibility and performance for sample dialysis.
Features of Slide-A-Lyzer G2 Dialysis Cassettes (2K MWCO):
—pipette-accessible for easy sample loading and retrieval
—integrated air chambers eliminate the need for float buoys
• Sturdy construction
—ensures the highest possible sample integrity and protection
• Superior design
—thoroughly researched and tested to provide fast and consistent dialysis with maximum sample recovery
• Multiple sizes
—five cassette capacities to optimally match 0.25 to 70 mL sample volumes
—ideal for removing low molecular-weight contaminants, performing buffer exchange and desalting
The 2K molecular-weight cut off (MWCO) cassettes use a cellulose membrane that is rated to completely retain proteins and other macromolecules that are larger than 2000 daltons while allowing removal of buffer salts and small contaminants. The cassette membrane is composed of low-binding regenerated cellulose. The membranes and cassettes are manufactured using clean-room conditions to ensure that are contaminant-free.
The Slide-A-Lyzer G2 Dialysis cassettes are available in five precise membrane MWCOs (2K, 3.5K, 7K, 10K and 20K) for dialyzing sample volumes up to 70 mL. The Slide-A-Lyzer G2 Dialysis Cassettes allow samples to be directly injected with a syringe or with a pipette through the unique sample port. The Slide-A-Lyzer Cassette design allows air to be removed from inside the cassette to maximize the surface area-to-volume ratio, providing better dialysis performance than dialysis tubing and tube-based systems. The sample is easily recovered through either the pipette or syringe sample ports.More Product Data
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