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NuGel™ BindPro™ - Protein Removal & Enrichment of Metabolites/Analytes From Serum or Plasma

NuGel&#153 BindPro™ - Protein Removal & Enrichment of Metabolites/Analytes From Serum or Plasma


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Aqueous Protein Crash & Enrichment of Metabolites/Analytes From Serum or Plasma
  • Serum and plasma protein removal, >95%
  • Ammonium Acetate buffer system, simplifies analyte concentration
  • Aqueous Protein Crash, linearly scalable, unlike chemical precipitation or membrane filtration.
  • Fast process, less than 30 minutes from application to separation
  • Applicable for drug binding/screening, target analytes and metabolomics
  • Species agnostic, tested species include: human, mouse, sheep, bovine, goat, rat, calf
  • Dry powder format, compatible with high throughput systems such as 96 well plate.
  • NuGel BindPro™ supplied as a dry powder reagent; related product - BindPro™ supplied as a suspension reagent

BindPro™ is an umbrella trademark for polymeric reagents designed as alternatives to ultra-filtration and solvent precipitation for applications that require protein removal and/or concentration in a more versatile or scalable format. NuGel BindPro™ is engineered onto a bead format, based on passivated porous silica ( NuGel™ platform) covalently bound to elastomeric poly-electrolytes. NuGel BindPro™ can be used in lieu of solvents for drug binding studies, for targeted analytes, or for metabolomic investigations.



# of Samples &

Sample Size

Item No.

NuGel™ BindPro™

15 Preps

15 preps, 20-30 µl of serum


NuGel™ BindPro™

50 prep

50 preps, 20-30 µl of serum


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Turner, Joseph D., R. Stuart Langley, Kelly L. Johnston, Katrin Gentil, Louise Ford, Bo Wu, Maia Graham et al. "Wolbachia lipoprotein stimulates innate and adaptive immunity through Toll-like receptors 2 and 6 to induce disease manifestations of filariasis." Journal of Biological Chemistry 284, no. 33 (2009): 22364-22378.


Bhogal, John, Shridhara Alva Karinka, Timothy P. Henning, David Cunningham, Udo Hoss, Andrew H. Naegeli, and John Latour. "Methods of Collecting and Analyzing Samples." U.S. Patent 20,120,296,189, issued November 22, 2012.