What are the characteristics of FPLC?


FPLC is a system specially used to separate proteins, polypeptides and polynucleotides.

FPLC is an important innovation in recent years. In addition to maintaining the fast and high resolution characteristics of HPLC, it also has the characteristics of large column capacity, high recovery efficiency and not easy to inactivate biological macromolecules. So in recent years, it has been widely used in the separation of proteins, peptides and oligonucleotides. With the development of HPLC, there are two new types of packing, namely, thin shell packing and double diffusion perfusion packing. For the separation of macromolecular substances, they have unique advantages, which greatly expand the application field of FPLC. It can determine the content of protein and the molecular weight of protein, and can separate and purify proteins and organic compounds, so it can be used in biological and chemical research.

In recent years, new chromatographic technologies have been developed on the basis of HPLC, including low pressure liquid chromatography (LPLC), medium pressure liquid chromatography (MPLC) and fast protein liquid chromatography (FPLC). Among these new chromatographic technologies, fast protein liquid chromatography (FPLC) can rapidly separate complex mixtures and purify a large number of samples in a short time. Its characteristics include large capacity, high recovery efficiency and biological macromolecules that are not easy to inactivate. It can be more and more widely used in life science research and drug production.


Protein Purification System | Inscinstech

Inscinstechs protein purification system is mainly used in biopharmaceutical fields such as monoclonal antibodies, recombinant proteins, vaccines, biochemical drugs, antibiotics, natural products and polysaccharides. It is used for the separation and purification of downstream processes of biological products.



Flow rate range: 0.001-600 ml/min

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