New Video – RENSA® PY – Polymeric Resin for Demanding Separation Challenges

In this video Product Manager Ecevit Yilmaz demonstrates a proof of concept study for the RENSA® PY resin.

RENSA® Carboxy – New Polymer Resin for High Recoveries

RENSA® M-Carboxy is a methacrylate-based weak cation exchange resin built on a highly cross-linked acrylic backbone and carboxylic acid moieties. It displays a retention mainly based on weak cationic exchange interactions. This polymer resin can be used for a broad range of basic and cationic compounds of both hydrophilic and hydrophobic nature with good recoveries in both aqueous and […]

Can Betanin be Separated with Only Aqueous Solvents?

The resin RENSA® PY is capable of fractionating the various dyes in beetroot juice with a purely aqueous elution regime without the use of salt or organic solvent gradients. This is demonstrated in a new proof-of-concept study from Biotage. Application Note – Fractionation of Betanin Food Dyes on RENSA® PY » Food colorants are important ingredients in […]

New Designed Resin RENSA® PY Outperforms Competition

In a recent proof-of-concept study, the designed resin RENSA® PY outperformed two commercially available resins in the separation of penicillin G and its degradation products 6-APA and PAA. RENSA® PY Product Note » RENSA® PY Application Note – Separations of Beta-lactam Antibiotics »

Removal of Pesticides From Citrus Oils Using RENSA® 101

RENSA® 101 polymer resin can be used for compounds able to reversibly interact with the bound silver ligand (silver ion chromatography or argentation chromatography). Typical examples are unsaturated and also aromatic compounds such as fatty acids or lipids under non-aqueous conditions. The material is also able to function as a selective ligand for certain compound types […]