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“CL7 is amazing! We were able to purify a protein that we’ve had trouble with in the past.”
—PhD student, University of Chicago
Simplify protein purification with the new CL7 Affinity Tag and its Im7 Ligand
The new CL7/Im7 Affinity Tag System, exclusively available from TriAltus, is designed to take the hard work and uncertainty out of protein purification. Ideal for scientists with little protein purification experience as well as labs with difficult-to-isolate proteins such as membrane proteins and multi-subunit complexes, TriAltus’ CL7/Im7 Affinity System does everything you wished a His-tag could do and more.
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