Cis-diol affinity resin
Immobilized Boronic Acid Resin utilizes m-aminophenylboronic acid to isolate small molecular weight compounds such as nucleotides, ribonucleosides, oligonucleotides, coenzymes, catecholamines, and sugars by reversibly binding to cis-diol groups. The formation of a five-member ring complex allows for larger molecular weight compounds to be washed away and small cis-diol containing molecules to be retained until elution by sorbitol solution or reduction of pH. Compounds >6kDa are excluded by the polyacrylamide resin making this complex ideal for the isolation of small cis-diol containing molecules.
This resin is available as a dry bead or as a suspension slurry.