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Regenerated Cellulose Membrane Filter, 30 kDa NMWCO

Ultracel®, filter diam. 63.5 mm

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Synonym(s):
Ultrafiltration Discs, 30 kDa NMW, Ultrafiltration membrane discs
eCl@ss:
32031602
NACRES:
NB.24

material

regenerated cellulose membrane

Quality Level

manufacturer/tradename

Ultracel®

technique(s)

protein clean-up: suitable (desalting)
protein purification: suitable (concentration)

filter diam.

63.5 mm

filtration area

28.7 cm2

matrix

Ultracel®

pore size

30 kDa NMWCO

shipped in

ambient

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Ultracel®

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technique(s)

protein clean-up: suitable (desalting)

technique(s)

protein clean-up: suitable (desalting), protein purification: suitable (concentration)

technique(s)

protein clean-up: suitable (desalting), protein purification: suitable (concentration)

technique(s)

protein clean-up: suitable (desalting), protein purification: suitable (concentration)

filter diam.

63.5 mm

filter diam.

44.5 mm

filter diam.

47 mm

filter diam.

25 mm

filtration area

28.7 cm2

filtration area

13.4 cm2

filtration area

17.3 cm2

filtration area

4.1 cm2

General description

Ultrafiltration membranes are typically made from regenerated cellulose or polyethersulfone (PES). As a rule, the membrane nominal molecular weight cut-off (NMWCO) should be 2-3 times smaller than the molecular weight of the solute to be retained when using regenerated cellulose.

Application

Ultrafiltration Discs, 30 kDa NMW has been used with Amicon® stirred-cell concentrator for mammalian cell protein purification. It has also been used in ultrafiltration units for xylanase inhibitor fractionation.

Legal Information

Amicon is a registered trademark of Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany
ULTRACEL is a registered trademark of Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany

Storage Class

11 - Combustible Solids

wgk_germany

WGK 1

flash_point_f

Not applicable

flash_point_c

Not applicable


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An investigation of two xylan-degrading enzymes and a novel xylanase inhibitor in malted barley
Kanauchi M, et al.
Journal of the Institute of Brewing, 119(1-2), 32-40 (2013)
Brian J Grindel et al.
ACS omega, 5(39), 25440-25455 (2020-10-13)
Directed evolution is a powerful tool for the selection of functional ligands from molecular libraries. Extracellular domains (ECDs) of cell surface receptors are common selection targets for therapeutic and imaging agent development. Unfortunately, these proteins are often post-translationally modified and

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