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HiP Proteins = High Purity & Low Aggregation

Higher QC analysis

For in vitro experiments aggregation is one of the major issue affecting protein functions, such as : folding, ligand binding, enzymatic activity, interactions….

Despite being frequently used for determining protein purity, SDS-Page cannot tell you the whole story, and don’t appear as the best option to determine the aggregation state of your protein model.

The data below demonstrates the importance of evaluating aggregation of your protein of interest. While both of these PD-1 proteins are over 90% pure by SDS-PAGE and Coomassie staining, they exhibit very different profiles by FPLC. The protein on the left shows significant aggregation, while the protein on the right is less than 5 % aggregated.

BPS Bioscience is the only company that checks for aggregation levels via FPLC traces to provide the highest purity and highest quality products. Thanks to these rigorous QC Standards, only proteins ≥90% purity as measured by gel filtration receive the HiP™ status.

With the HiP™  protein quality label, you can be confident that you are working with soluble, functional, native protein, and also increasing the success rate of your in vitro experiment.