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SEC Analysis of MAb Fragments with Increased Throughput and High Resolution

Size exclusion chromatography (SEC) is a common method for the separation of antibody monomer from dimer, aggregates, or degradation products on the basis of molecular size. YMC-Pack Diol-200 SEC columns with 2 μm exhibits reduced analysis time while achieving high resolution between monomer and Fab dimer. And with the new YMC-SEC MAB column an ideal analysis of fragments/degradation products of antibodies with high resolution can be achieved.

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