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Inhibiting Sugars and Eluting Solutions

Inhibiting Sugars and Eluting Solutions

Reagents for superior glycoprotein elution from agarose lectin columns

Glycoproteins are isolated and purified from protein mixtures using columns of agarose-bound lectins. After the protein mixture is applied to the column, the column is washed free of unwanted proteins. Then, the glycoprotein is eluted with a sugar that inhibits binding (inhibiting sugar) or in some cases, with a special eluting solution.

Inhibiting Sugars

Use Vector inhibiting sugars in glycoprotein research to:

  • Inhibit lectin-conjugate binding
  • Elute gylcoproteins or other glycoconjugates from columns of agarose lectins

Eluting Solutions

Vector’s glycoprotein eluting solutions offer convenience and superior recovery over standard sugar solutions. They have a neutral pH, which maximizes the yield of eluted glycoproteins and preserves the activity of agarose-bound lectins for repeated use. All components of these ready-to-use elution solutions can be subsequently removed by dialysis.

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  1. Chitin Hydrolysate
    Chitin Hydrolysate
    Cat. No: SP-0090
    Unit Size: 10 ml
  2. N-Acetylneuraminic Acid (Sialic Acid)
    N-Acetylneuraminic Acid (Sialic Acid)
    Cat. No: S-9008
    Unit Size: 619 mg
  3. L-Fucose
    Cat. No: S-9007
    Unit Size: 82 mg
  4. α-methyl glucoside
    α-methyl glucoside
    Cat. No: S-9006
    Unit Size: 388 mg
  5. α-methylmannoside
    Cat. No: S-9005
    Unit Size: 388 mg
  6. lactose
    Cat. No: S-9004
    Unit Size: 721 mg
  7. galactose
    Cat. No: S-9003
    Unit Size: 360 mg
  8. N-Acetylglucosamine
    Cat. No: S-9002
    Unit Size: 442 mg
  9. N-acetylgalactosamine
    Cat. No: S-9001
    Unit Size: 111 mg
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