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Thermo Scientific POROS chromatography resins are designed for both analytical and process-scale bioseparations. They enable high-resolution separations combined with high capacity and robust chemical stability.

POROS bioprocessing resins are based on high-performance chromatography resins—combining high resolution, high capacity, and high speed—for process-scale bioseparations. These rigid, robust particles enable high-resolution separations with double to triple the throughput of conventional fast-flow gels. They are easy to handle and pack and offer outstanding cleanability. POROS bulk chromatography resins are used throughout the industry, offering high-performance, high-throughput process-scale bioseparations.

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State-of-the-art manufacturing of POROS chromatography resins

POROS chromatography resins are produced in a validated, state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in Bedford, Massachusetts, using advanced proprietary processes that make them unique in this industry. Due to recent growth, the facility’s capacity was expanded to 60,000 sq. ft. of production space and is ISO 9001:2008 and ISO 13485:2003 certified. Quality testing is performed at all stages to help ensure excellent lot-to-lot consistency.

Thermo Fisher Scientific owns the production process of the resins, from qualified raw materials to released finished goods. The base material is polymerized, coated, functionalized, sized, and exchanged into the shipping solution prior to packaging. We do not utilize chromatography media intermediates from other suppliers. This gives us complete traceability and control over the entire production process, thereby helping to protect our customers from supply shortages and disruptions.

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