Exceptionally high resolution of +1 and -1 nucleic acids, including isomers
These columns are used in HPLC and UHPLC experiments. What sets Thermo Scientific DNAPac columns apart from the rest is their ability to provide exceptionally high resolution separations of nucleic acids (+1 and -1), including isomers, which is not possible with reversed phase columns. The larger i.d. columns are popularly used for the small scale purification of nucleic acids.
Get higher resolution separation and characterization of oligonucleotides, including longer double-stranded (ds) DNA/RNA fragments, by HPLC and LC-MS.
This next-generation DNAPac™ PA200 UHPLC column, now available in 8μm and 4μm particle size, uses strong anion-exchange resin for high resolution, high throughput analysis and purification of synthetic and modified oligonucleotides.
DNAPac™ PA100 columns are well established, larger particle columns feature strong anion exchange resin for high resolution analysis and purification of synthetic and modified oligonucleotides.
This strong anion exchange column was designed to provide high resolution laboratory scale purification of DNA and RNA oligonucleotides. The DNASwift™ SAX-1S oligonucleotide column offers superior purity and yield are obtained with these columns relative to other ion exchange columns.
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