AAV Purification Standard Kit

AAV Purification Standard Kit
  • Obtain AAV virus of >95% purity in about 3 hours
  • Recover >60% yield
  • Suitable for purification of AAV-2 and AAV-DJ
  • Each prep purifies up to two 10cm dishes or one 15cm dish

 

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ViraBind™ AAV Purification Kit
Catalog Number
VPK-140
Size
10 preps
Detection
N/A
Manual/Data Sheet Download
SDS Download
Price
$585.00
Product Details

Purification of adeno-associated virus (AAV) using ultracentrifugation is tedious and time-consuming, and yields can be low. Our ViraBind™ AAV Purification Kits use a single-step proprietary purification matrix, followed by further purification and concentration with a centrifugal concentrator. The result is a higher viral yield with exceptional purity in a fraction of the time.

Concentration and Purification Procedure Using the ViraBind™ AAV Purification Kit.

Superior Purity of AAV in Just 3 Hours with the ViraBind™ AAV Purification Kit.

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