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#5 How Do You Choose the Right Hardware for Your Chromatography Application?

Column switching valves save setup time when multiple projects are performed on the same chromatography system.

Loading lysate through sample pumps is preferable over using system pumps. The latter increases the chances of sample buildup and contamination in your system.

Buffer blending is an effective way to reduce both solution prep and method development time.

To achieve optimal gradient performance, choose the mixer size that corresponds with the operating flow rate.

Proteins and nucleic acids can be monitored together with a multi-wavelength detector. You can also analyze their relative proportions using software for automated chromatography systems.

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