Natrix Quantum

Natrix Separations has launched a family of lab scale chromatography products based on its patented adsept separations technology. 

Adsept technology combines the high binding capacity, selectivity and specificity normally associated with resin-based chromatography with the high throughput and ease of use of traditional membrane products.

Natrix Separations was founded in 2005 in Ontario, Canada, as Nysa Membrane Technologies, to commercialise a chromatography technology originally developed at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. 

The Natrix Quantum line of lab scale chromatography products provides life science researchers and lab scale process developers with a wider range of tools for purifying bench-scale quantities of biomolecules, while improving separation efficiency and increasing productivity.


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