CHT Ceramic Hydroxyapatite (Chromatography Media)
CHT* ; Ceramic Hydroxyapatite has been developed by PENTAX (distributed by Bio-Rad Laboratories) as a chromatography media which is a stable form of hydroxyapatite. CHT is a spherical porous bead and four different particle sizes of 10, 20, 40 and 80um are available.
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Features of CHT chromatography media.
As an amphoteric ion exchange (mixed mode ion-exchanger), CHT is ideally suited for use in protein purification and separation. It is currently the standard process chromatography media for the purification of bio-pharmaceutical drugs in countries all over the world.
This superior and cutting-edge product was adopted for use in the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technologies National Project on Protein Structural and Functional Analyses (the Protein-3000 Project) for use in high-throughput purification work.
※ CHT is an OEM product for Bio-Rad Laboratories
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