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Thermo Scientific™ HyperSep™ SLE Cartridges (pH 9)

A fast and effective sample preparation technique for removal of phospholipids from biological matricies.

$155.74 - $232.56

Specifications

For Use With Removal of Phospholipids from Biological Matrices
Type Extraction Column
Sorbent HyperSep Special Treated Diatomite
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Products
Catalog Number Mfr. No. Description Price Quantity    

03-251-394

 
thermo scientific™
601092000129
2g/12mL, 20Pk, pH9 Pack of 20 Each for $155.74

03-251-396

 
thermo scientific™
6010920000609
20g/60mL, 10Pk, pH9 Pack of 10 Each for $206.20

60-109-100069

 
thermo scientific™
60109100069
1g/6mL, 30Pk, pH9 Pack for $158.31

03-251-395

 
thermo scientific™
601094000259
4g/25mL, 15Pk, pH9 Pack of 9 Each for $177.78

60-109-20039

 
thermo scientific
6010920039
200mg/3mL, 50Pk, pH9 Pack for $232.56

60-109-50039

 
thermo scientific
6010950039
500mg/3mL, 50Pk, pH9 Pack for $198.70

60-109-50069

 
thermo scientific
6010950069
500mg/6mL, 30Pk, pH9 Pack for $210.13
Description & Specifications

Specifications

For Use With Removal of Phospholipids from Biological Matrices
Type Extraction Column
Sorbent HyperSep Special Treated Diatomite

Provide a fast and effective sample preparation technique for removal of phospholipids from biological matrices with Thermo Scientific™ HyperSep™ SLE (Solid supported Liquid/Liquid Extraction).

HyperSep SLE cartrides (pH9) deals with sample preparation of biological matrices via a simple, efficient and an effective protcol. The focus being the removal of interfering phospholipids which cause a number of issues for end point analysis.

SLE offers a number of advantages over existing sample preparation techniques such as Liquid/Liquid Extraction (LLE) and Protein Precipitation techniques for dealing with biological matrices. In comparison to LLE, SLE offers greater reproducibility and recoveries, lower solvent requirements and prevents emulsification which is often associated with the LLE technique. It also lends itself to full automation which is not possible via LLE. SLE provides improved cleanliness of sample extract and associated increase in sensitivity compared to protein precipitation techniques which are unable to remove phospholipids.

  • Simple, easy-to-use protocol
  • Removal of phospholipids
  • Greater reproducability and recoveries compared to LLE