Future of Chromatography Resins: Improved Resolution in Bioprocessing, Upcoming Webinar Hosted by Xtalks

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Future of Chromatography Resins: Improved Resolution in Bioprocessing, Upcoming Webinar Hosted by Xtalks

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In this webinar, learn about an agarose-based eco-friendly chromatograph resin and its application in sustainable bioprocessing. Attendees will learn how agarose's hydrophilic and inert nature minimizes non-specific binding, maximizes the purity of extracted products, reduces processing times and supports high flow rates. The featured speakers will also explore different manufacturing methods that influence chromatography bead performance, efficiency and effectiveness.

TORONTO, June 13, 2024 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Discover an informative webinar that explores the future of chromatography resins and the use of environmentally friendly technology for biotherapeutic purification.

Developed from agarose, a natural polysaccharide sourced from marine algae, these chromatography resins do not compromise on performance.

The Evolution of Chromatography Resins

Chromatography resins are crucial in the purification process of biotherapeutic products, including everything from monoclonal antibodies to cell and gene therapies. With increase in the awareness of their environmental impact, it is critical to ensure green, sustainable choices are made whenever possible.

Many resins currently are made from microplastics and require careful disposal to prevent environmental contamination, which contributes to higher costs. In this webinar, the featured speaker will talk about an eco-friendly alternative. Developed from agarose, a natural polysaccharide sourced from marine algae, these chromatography resins do not compromise on performance.

Agarose is notable for its inert and hydrophilic nature, minimizing non-specific binding and maximizing the purity of the extracted products. Agarose beads feature an optimal mix of high porosity, extensive surface area and the right degree of rigidity, which supports high flow rates.

This combination of attributes ensures increased capacities and reduced processing times. Choosing agarose as the base material is not only about optimal performance, but also about making a conscientious decision towards a sustainable future.

In this webinar, the speaker will focus on how different chromatography bead manufacturing methods can impact bead performance, with variations in techniques affecting the efficiency and effectiveness of chromatography.

They will also cover the selection of optimal bead sizes for various workflow steps, offering guidance on choosing the right bead size to match workflow requirements and optimize separation efficiency. Furthermore, the advantages of using a 65 ┬Ám bead size are discussed as it helps achieve high resolutions, rapid flow rates and shorter residence times.

Register for this webinar today to gain insights into how environmentally friendly chromatography resins can be used for developing sustainable purification technologies in bioprocessing.

Join Richard Dodd, Senior Field Applications Specialist, Astrea Bioseparations, for the live webinar on Wednesday, June 26, 2024, at 10am EDT (3pm BST/UK)

For more information, or to register for this event, visit Future of Chromatography Resins: Improved Resolution in Bioprocessing.


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