Characterize the full diversity of biomolecules

Characterize the full diversity of biomolecules

Get high resolution, high efficiency separations of biological samples. Our unique column chemistries for biological samples have been specifically designed for the separation of proteins, peptides, monoclonal antibodies, carbohydrates, nucleic acids, and more.

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Bio LC column categories

High resolution and high efficiency set these columns apart. We offer a full range of affinity, ion exchange, reversed phase, hydrophobic interaction, and size exclusion columns for excellent analytical characterization of proteins.

These ion exchange columns are ideal for analyzing charged peptides in proteomic applications. If you need to resolve hundreds or even thousands of peptides, these reversed phase peptide columns will meet the challenge.

These HPLC columns are unique to the industry. Use them to separate neutral glycans, both neutral and charged glycans, or to purify and isolate carbohydrates.

Their ability to provide exceptional high resolution of nucleic acids (+1 and -1), including isomer separations, sets these columns apart from the rest.

These columns are specifically designed for monoclonal antibody (mAb) characterization, mAb titer analysis, and the separation of mAbs, mAb fragments, antibody-drug aggregates, and related biologics.

Featured Bio LC application videos

Monoclonal Antibody Analysis Update: Better Separations of MAb variants

Expert Ilze Birznieks introduces new tools for enabling cancer researchers as well as scientists developing biotherapeuitcs focused on monoclonal antibodies.

Glycan Analysis Update: Achieving Greater Resolution

Investigating glycans as disease markers and antibody-based biopharmaceuticals just got easier with the introduction of the Thermo Scientific™ GlycanPac™ AXR-1 HPLC column.

Introduction to Hydrophobic Interaction Chromatography

On-demand Consumables for chromatography webinar series: Learn at your own pace on a wide range of topics from column troubleshooting, method transfer, to tips for successful low-flow and more​

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