Newsletter | May 23, 2012

05.23.12 -- A Novel Affinity Adsorbent For The Capture And Removal Of Endotoxin

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A Novel Affinity Adsorbent For The Capture And Removal Of Endotoxin
By Bastiaan Lobbezoo, Jennifer Walden, Paul Beckett, Jason Shipp, and Sharon Williams, ProMetic BioSciences Ltd.
Frequently there is reliance on established purification steps such as ion-exchange chromatography to remove endotoxin, though separating LPS from proteins can be very challenging — and is not always achievable by this approach. This poster describes a novel, nontoxic, and highly stable synthetic affinity adsorbent (EtoxiClear™) identified for the capture and removal of endotoxin from a wide range of biological products.
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