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Resins, Monoliths, or Membranes? Discover How to Make an Educated Choice.

There are three basic types of chromatography matrix to choose from: resins, monoliths and membranes. Within each type, there are various techniques to choose from. Understanding the options and their different features can help make it easier to design an efficient chromatography strategy.  

These infographics help readers cut through the clutter. They break down each type of matrix and describe their features, benefits and applications. If you would like to learn more about chromatography matrices and how to navigate the options, you won’t want to miss the corresponding blog post. It’s part of the Sartorius SciQ Educational Series on Chromatography.  

Learn More:  Resins, Monoliths, or Membranes. Which Chromatographic Method Should You Use? (sartorius.com)

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