Frequently Asked Questions

How many times can qEV columns be reused?
What type of blood collection tube should I use if I want to isolate EVs from blood products (plasma, serum, whole blood)?
Can the qEV column be regenerated?
Why do some particles appear in the later fractions?
What column should I use for very small volumes of samples?
What is the minimum sample volume that can be used?
Is it possible to tailor fractions so that they correspond to a specific size profile?
Is it possible that the protein fractions will contain exosomes?
Are qEV columns sterile?
Is it possible that the fractions containing extracellular vesicles will also contain apoptotic bodies?
How do I know which fractions will contain my target particles?
It appears that my sample does not pass through the whole length of the column by the time that I start collecting EV fractions. Is this to be expected?
My column appears to flow more slowly after the second use, is this to be expected?
Can qEV columns be used to clean EV samples after they have been incubated with fluorescent labels or antibodies?
Can qEV be used in a clinical setting?
Are qEV columns ISO-13485 certified?
What buffer should be used to store the column between uses?
What column should I use if I want to do RNA and DNA testing?
How many columns come in a pack?
Do you offer volume discounts?
How many fractions will I get with each column?
What is the difference between the 35nm and 70nm columns?
What protein quantification method do you recommend?
How do I determine which column I should use for my application?
Does Izon have any information on sample preparation or collection prior to using qEV columns?
What columns sizes can be used with the Automatic Fraction Collector (AFC)?
How many times can qEV columns be reused?
Can the qEV column be regenerated?
Why do some particles appear in the later fractions?
Are qEV columns sterile?
Can qEV columns be used to clean EV samples after they have been incubated with fluorescent labels or antibodies?
Can qEV be used in a clinical setting?
Are qEV columns ISO-13485 certified?
How many columns come in a pack?
How many fractions will I get with each column?
What is the difference between the 35nm and 70nm columns?
How do I determine which column I should use for my application?
How many times can qEV columns be reused?
What type of blood collection tube should I use if I want to isolate EVs from blood products (plasma, serum, whole blood)?
Can the qEV column be regenerated?
Why do some particles appear in the later fractions?
What column should I use for very small volumes of samples?
What is the minimum sample volume that can be used?
Is it possible to tailor fractions so that they correspond to a specific size profile?
Is it possible that the protein fractions will contain exosomes?
Is it possible that the fractions containing extracellular vesicles will also contain apoptotic bodies?
It appears that my sample does not pass through the whole length of the column by the time that I start collecting EV fractions. Is this to be expected?
My column appears to flow more slowly after the second use, is this to be expected?
Can qEV columns be used to clean EV samples after they have been incubated with fluorescent labels or antibodies?
Can qEV be used in a clinical setting?
Are qEV columns ISO-13485 certified?
What buffer should be used to store the column between uses?
What column should I use if I want to do RNA and DNA testing?
Do you offer volume discounts?
What protein quantification method do you recommend?
How do I determine which column I should use for my application?
Does Izon have any information on sample preparation or collection prior to using qEV columns?
Do you offer volume discounts?
How do I know which fractions will contain my target particles?
How many fractions will I get with each column?
What columns sizes can be used with the Automatic Fraction Collector (AFC)?