Hypersil™ Amino Acid Columns by Thermo Fisher Scientific

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To obtain precise information about the structure of synthetic peptides and proteins, it is imperative to achieve good separation (see illustration).Hypersil Amino acid columns have been developed for this purpose with excellent reproducibility and the highest reproducibility using high grade 5µm particle size silica with a high surface area. Achieve resolution of complex sequences of amino acids with sharp peak shapes.Hypersil Amino Acid columns are compatible with all current derivatizati... Read more


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Hypersil™ Amino Acid Columns

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Amazing product, fast dispersing
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  • Application Area: Analytical Purpose in R&D applications

"Observed repeatable results with minimum deviation in process."

Review date: 01 Apr 2022 | Hypersil™ Amino Acid Columns
To obtain precise information about the structure of synthetic peptides and proteins, it is imperative to achieve good separation (see illustration).

Hypersil Amino acid columns have been developed for this purpose with excellent reproducibility and the highest reproducibility using high grade 5µm particle size silica with a high surface area. Achieve resolution of complex sequences of amino acids with sharp peak shapes.

Hypersil Amino Acid columns are compatible with all current derivatization reagents, as amino acids do not have a chromophore so require derivatization to be detected using UV or fluorescence detection.