• High capacity— reduces amount of beads required for efficient antibody binding, resulting in low background, better signal and lower net cost
  • Low non-specific binding— albumin-binding site of the Protein G has been eliminated resulting in cleaner purification products
  • Universal— no need to use Protein A and Protein G beads separately for different IgG. Protein A/G binds all IgG from all commonly used species
  • Compatibility— suitable for both manual and automated applications

Assay consistency— no beads loss compared to classical resin-based IP methods

• Immunoprecipitation (IP) and Co-IP
• Antibody purification

  • Do not centrifuge, freeze or dry
  • Do not vortex

• Include 0.05% non-ionic (e.g., Tween™-20) or zwitterionic (e.g., CHAPS) detergent in the binding buffer for optimal antibody binding