Streptavidin Agarose Ultra Performance

SKU Unit Size Price Qty
N-1000-002 2 mL
N-1000-005 5 mL
N-1000-010 10 mL


Streptavidin Agarose Ultra Performance™ provides high biotin binding capacity at a low price. We used our ChromaLink bioconjugation technology to crosslink high activity streptavidin to uniform 35 micron, 6% highly crosslinked agarose. This ideal combination provides a biotin binding capacity of >330 nmol/mL of resin—the highest binding capacity in the industry. The base agarose beads support high flow rates and backpressures, which is ideal for automation in packed cartridges. Use TriLink's Streptavidin Agarose Ultra Performance™ for improved recovery of any biotinylated biomolecule with lower non-specific binding.

Product Details

Catalog No N-1000
Bead Size 35 µm
Loading Capacity ≥ 330 nmol/mL
Reactivity Biotin
Recommended Storage 4°C
Application Antibody Labeling, Aptamers, In vitro Diagnostic (IVD), Laboratory Developed Tests (LDT) & Analyte Specific Reagents (ASR), Next-Generation Sequencing (NGS), Photocrosslinking Studies

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