The QuickSEP product line uses size exclusion chromatography to separate intact virions, nanostructures, protein multimers, protein complexes, and EVs from soluble proteins and deliver highly purified samples in a standardized and efficient manner.
QuickSEP column – Rapid and Precise Virus Particle Separation
Reproducible results require reproducible sample purity, but not all methods are created equal. While there are numerous techniques for purifying virus particles from culture media or cell lysates, many are irreproducible, time-consuming, and/or provide low levels of purity and recovery. QuickSEP columns, on the other hand, use size exclusion chromatography to separate intact virions from soluble proteins and deliver highly purified samples in a standardized and efficient manner. QuickSEP columns come in a variety of sizes, allowing for rapid separation of a wide range of sample volumes.
5 Reasons to Use QuickSEP columns:
1. High Purity
QuickSEP columns are highly effective at removing soluble proteins and other impurities from crude virus containing samples. QuickSEP columns have been optimised to maximise the separation of intact, infectious virions from soluble protein, for a wide range of column sizes.
2. Purify viruses in minutes, not hours
Forget about time-consuming ultracentrifugation; with QuickSEP columns, you can separate intact virions from your samples in as little as 15 minutes.
3. Simple and reproducible results
QuickSEP columns reproducibly and easily separate viruses from soluble proteins and other impurities
4. A delicate, yet efficient separation
QuickSEP columns offer a gentle approach to particle separation, allowing virions to remain intact while providing high levels of purity and recovery.
QuickSEP columns have been optimized for BSL2 + laboratory procedures, allowing for the rapid and safe separation of intact, infectious virions within the flow cabinet, ensuring the highest level of security when working with infectious pathogens. QuickSEP columns are disposable and can be discarded after each use, making them an easy-to-use solution for virology research.