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Description Now, for the first time, you can identify and characterize high-value, low-abundant proteins faster and more efficiently without interferences. The Agilent Multiple Affinity Removal System allows you to remove unwanted, multiple high-abundant proteins from human serum, plasma, CSF samples and more with just one device.

With this revolutionary system, you can:

  • Remove six targeted, high-abundant proteins: albumin, lgG, antitrypsin, lgA, transferrin and haptoglobin (representing 85-90% of total serum protein mass)
  • Improve the results you get with protein separation methods such as 1DGE, 2DGE and MD-HPLC
  • Go beyond the limitations of other affinity columns
  • Expand the dynamic range of current LC/MS and electrophoretic analytical methods
  • Re-use columns for at least 200 injections
  • Minimize sample loss by using just one column
When combined with Agilents proprietary buffers and hardware/software, the Agilent Multiple Affinity Removal System creates an automated, integrated solution improving workflow through ease of use and reduced time and costs. And it will work with any LC or HPLC equipment.
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