This application note demonstrates the efficient and selective removal of a wide range of pesticides from natural lemon oil using RENSA® 101.
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MIP Technologies (a subsidiary of Biotage AB), a leading global supplier of solutions and technologies for specialty polymeric separation materials, is pleased to present a new brochure summarizing...18 November 2015
MIP Technologies (subsidiary of Biotage) has developed RENSA® PY resin that consists of highly cross-linked polystyrene particles containing phenyl and pyridine moieties on the bead surface. It...11 February 2015
MIP Technologies is a subsidiary of Biotage specializing in novel resins, tailor-made for the Food & Beverage, Personal Care Products, Tobacco, and Pharmaceutical Industries. ...27 January 2015
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 b...05 October 2014
Biotage will attend the 15th International Symposium on Preparative and Industrial Chromatography and Allied Techniques. Basel, Switzerland - October 5-8, 2014. Poster Presentation Do...29 September 2014
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 demo...24 September 2014
Biotage, through its subsidiary MIP Technologies, has introduced a partnering program for customers unable to find solutions to their specific separation needs off the shelf. In a three-step a...01 September 2014
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.20 January 2014
Lund, 20th Jan 2014 –MIP Technologies (a subsidiary of Biotage AB), a leading global supplier of solutions and technologies for specialty polymeric separation materials, is pleased to present...