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Old 04-30-2008, 04:37 PM
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Default Sephadex G-50 Columns



Hi everyone again!
IN the lab we create our own Sephadex G-50 columns usingglass wool to prevent the Sephadex from escaping the column.
Lately though we ran out of glass wool.

Is there a replacement for glass wool to plug the G-50 column? Can we use any other material for this ?

thanks in advance guys

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Default Re: Sephadex G-50 Columns

Sorry for barging in this topic, but my question is related to the previous question. Can somebody please post any molecular properties of G50? I am searching for it all over the net, but I can't seem to find anything.

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