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GE Healthcare Capto™ L Chromatography Medium

Capto L is a BioProcess chromatography medium (resin) for the capture of antibodies and antibody fragments.

$2,605.24 - $6,605.48

Specifications

Product Type Capto L chromato graphy media
Flow Rate <500cm/hr.
For Use With (Application) High binding capacity, low ligand leakage and selectivity for a broad range of Antibody fragments reduces process time and amount of medium
Height (English) 7.87 in.
Height (Metric) 200mm
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Catalog Number Mfr. No. Quantity Price Quantity    

45-002-601

 
ge healthcare
17547801
25mL Each for $2,605.24

45-002-602

 
ge healthcare
17547802
200mL Each for $6,605.48
Description & Specifications

Specifications

Product Type Capto L chromato graphy media
Flow Rate <500cm/hr.
For Use With (Application) High binding capacity, low ligand leakage and selectivity for a broad range of Antibody fragments reduces process time and amount of medium
Height (English) 7.87 in.
Height (Metric) 200mm
Ligand Type Recombinant Protein L (E. coli), mammalian free
Particle Size 85μm
pH Range 2 to 10
Storage Requirements 2° to 8°C
Support Type Highly Cross-linked Agarose

Capto L is suitable for the capture of a wide range of antibody fragments such as Fabs, single-chain variable fragments (scFv), and domain antibodies (Dabs).

  • High binding capacity, low ligand leakage, and selectivity for a broad range of antibody fragments reduces process time and amount of medium.
  • Enables a platform approach for purification of antibody fragments.
  • Increased productivity, process economy, and process design flexibility due to rigid matrix.
  • The high binding capacity and selectivity for a broad range of antibody fragments makes Capto L an excellent capture platform for antibody fragments containing kappa light chains.
  • Using Capto L requires minimal optimization and it produces high purity in one separation step.
  • Capto L provides several advantages in manufacturing processes because the high selectivity of affinity capture reduces the number of subsequent polishing steps.