EMD Millipore Amicon™ Ultra-0.5 Centrifugal Filter Units

Designed for protein purification, protein concentration and desalting. EMD Millipore Amicon™ Ultra-0.5 Centrifugal Filter Units feature reverse spin capability and are available at two MWCO levels. Constructed with Ultracel membranes, styrene/butadiene housing and polypropylene caps and tubes.

Overview
Brand: EMD Millipore

Manufacturer Part Number: UFC500324

X24 Filter device Millipore Amicon centrifugal5ml, NMGG=3000 Da, VE=24 St.

UNSPSC: 41104916

Code: 72

Additional Details:
Additional Details: Weight: 1.00000kg



Product Code. 10212584

Quantity Price
1 £ 127.0 / Pack of 24
In Stock 23
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Description and Specification

Specification

Membrane Material Regenerated Cellulose
For Use With (Application) Concentration of biological samples containing antigens, antibodies, enzymes, nucleic acids, or microorganisms; Purification of macromolecular components found in tissue culture extracts or cell lysates, removal of primer, linkers, or macromolecular labels from a reaction mix, and protein removal prior to HPLC: Desalting and buffer exchange
Includes Two microcentrifuge tubes
Length (Metric) 4.99cm
Max. Force 14,000xG for concentration spin; 1000xG for reverse spin
MWCO 3,000 d
Quantity 24/Pk.
Surface Area 1cm2

  • Concentrates 500μL down to 15μL
  • Concentration factor 25x to 30x
  • Fixed angle rotor: 14,000 × g for concentration spin; 1000 × g for reverse spin
  • High sample recovery (greater than 90% of dilute starting solution)
  • Fast processing time - 10 to 30 minutes
  • Reverse spin capability provides consistent recoveries
  • Enables the concentration of proteins with a membrane molecular weight limit of 3 kDa or 10 kDa

Applications:

  • Concentration of biological samples containing antigens, antibodies, enzymes, nucleic acids, or microorganisms
  • Purification of macromolecular components found in tissue culture extracts or cell lysates, removal of primer, linkers, or macromolecular labels from a reaction mix, and protein removal prior to HPLC
  • Desalting and buffer exchange