Sambucus nigra Lectin (SNA/EBL I) is an isolectin isolated from elderberry bark and purified by affinity chromatography. SNA I belongs to the group of type 2 ribosome-inactivating proteins and is composed of an A-chain with enzymatic activity and a B-chain with carbohydrate-binding activity. It has specificity for Î±2,6-linked sialic acid residues, and elutes with the sugar lactose. SNA I can induce apoptosis through the caspase-dependent pathway at low concentrations. This effect depends on the carbohydrate binding of the B-chain and is independent from the catalytic activity of the A-chain.MicroPassâ„¢ microcolumns are prepared by conjugating SeparoporeÂ® 4B with affinity purified (AffyPureâ„¢) Sambucus nigra (Elderberry) Lectin (SNA/EBL I). These microcolumns are used for MS and proteomic analysis to analyze of <100µL samples.