Heparin is a linear and highly sulfated glycosaminoglycan which has anti-coagulant properties. Due to its polyanionic nature, heparin interacts with a wide range of biomolecules including plasma components, lipoprotein lipase, collagenase, and DNA polymerase. Immobilized heparin is widely used as an adsorbent in affinity chromatography for the purification of biological substances. TOYOPEARL AF-Heparin HC-650M resin is a high capacity, affinity adsorbent with excellent chemical stability.

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