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Bite into hands-free, on-the-money buffer exchange with Unagi and Big Tuna

Bite into hands-free, on-the-money buffer exchange with Unagi and Big Tuna Webinar

Date: 29 June, Wednesday
Time: 8am PDT / 11am EDT / 5pm CEST

The Problem
Your taste for biologics and gene therapy buffer exchange and concentration may vary between sample number and volumes, but your appetite for precise results never changes. You need to nail exact exchange and concentration targets without giving up your precious time handling your samples.

The Solution
Unagi is the first completely hands-free benchtop buffer exchange solution for up to 8 samples with starting volumes from 0.5 to 8 mL. Big Tuna is a fully automated, plate-based buffer exchange platform that can exchange and concentrate up to 96 samples in parallel with starting volumes from 100 μL to 8 mL. Both systems can further concentrate up to 48 mL of initial sample volume. Each deliver ≥ 96% recovery for protein, mAb, nucleic acid, LNP and AAV buffer exchange and concentration runs using the same innovative buffer exchange technology that provides uniform results and eliminates dead end ultrafiltration with 10, 30, and 100 kDa MWCO options.

The Proof
Learn how simple it is to set up a buffer exchange or concentration run for your biologics and gene therapy samples on Unagi and Big Tuna. We will show case studies for each platform to help you decide which is a better solution for automating your buffer exchange, gaining improved results, and saving precious time in the process.

Learning Objectives:
 Top challenges for buffer exchange of common biologics (mAbs and proteins) and gene therapy (AAVs, LNPs, nucleic acids) biomolecules
 Benefits of BGTx biomolecule automated buffer exchange and concentration to save time
 Benefits of programmable target buffer exchange and concentration values in saving time for downstream analysis

Del Ray Jackson, PhD
Marketing Manager, Buffer Exchange & Workflows
Unchained Labs

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