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Default HPLC columns protein separation



Currently I have to search for equip for a little labor to do analytical measurements. Unfortunately Im a newbie in this subject and dont know which HPLC columns to choose. Most of our experiments the instruments would be used to is separation of enantiomer proteins. I already visited the Websites of renowned producers like Varian, Merck or Agilent, but it takes much time to compare every single one. So is there an cheaper alternative where to compare all at a first glace?
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