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The First EV Isolation Column Capable of Running 100 mL Samples
As the EV field continues to advance, so has the need for scalability in EV isolation. Along with the recently released Automatic Fraction Collector, Izon is addressing this need with the new qEV100, a size exclusion chromatography column capable of running 100 mL samples.
The qEV100 is ideal for any application that requires large sample volumes, whether it's the output of bioreactors, dilute cell culture supernatants or materials with high protein levels like plasma or serum. Many of these biological fluids cannot be concentrated further due to the propensity for protein complex formation and vesicle aggregation, which can destroy biological function. Like all of Izon's qEV columns, the qEV100 provides a gentle, rapid method for maximizing recovery of biological particles. No ultracentrifugation. No organic solvents.
Enrichment of intact exosomes can be a tedious and time-consuming. qEV columns allow you to isolate exosomes in less than 15 minutes. The purified material can then be used for down-stream biochemical and functional analyses.
The qEV100 is available today in both of the 35nm+ and 70nm+ qEV isolation ranges. With 10 different qEV columns now available, it is easier than ever to find an EV isolation column optimised for your research needs.
Note - the qEV100 does not work with the recently released qEV Automatic Fraction Collector (AFC).