- Capturem technology
- Antibody purification
- Why tag a protein?
- Tech note: cobalt resin
- Purification methods overview
- Simplified purification of active, secreted his-tagged proteins
- Overview: His60
- Tech note: Capturem technology
- Tech note: Capturem large volume
- Magnetic beads
- TALON resin selection guide
- Selection guide: His60 resin
- FAQs: TALON
- Other tag purification
- Phosphoprotein and glycoprotein purification
- Mass spectrometry digestion reagents
- Matchmaker Gold yeast two-hybrid systems
- Expression systems
His-tagged protein purification
Over 75% of researchers use his tags for purifying proteins due to their many advantages, including their small size (making them less likely to alter wild-type protein function/structure and easy to clone), their effectiveness when incorporated on either N- or C-termini, and their suitability for purification of both native and denatured proteins.
Protein purification technologies
His-tag learning center
Purification tips and tricks
Learn how to decide between nickel- and cobalt-based IMAC resins for your his-tagged purification.
This blog post covers reasons his-tag fusions might not bind to resin and how to tackle these issues.
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