gel filtration


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gel filtration

[¦jel fil′trā·shən]
(analytical chemistry)
A type of column chromatography which separates molecules on the basis of size; higher-molecular-weight substances pass through the column first. Also known as molecular exclusion chromatography; molecular sieve chromatography.
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Circulating immunoreactive cardiac troponin forms determined by gel filtration chromatography after acute myocardial infarction.
The molecular weight of the Reutericin_LHS was estimated by gel filtration chromatography (Sephadex G100) [21,22].
Gel filtration is the second common purification technique used in 60% of the purification procedures.
Gel filtration chromatography resulted in fractionation of honey proteins in five peaks (termed as PI-PV).
The solution was subjected to Gel filtration on Sephadex G-100 column.
25 [micro]g/well) from all fraction peaks (from 1 to 9), resulted from gel filtration, were ELISA tested using monoclonal ant-M13(P3) and (P8) antibodies, and no antibody (No Ab) as negative control.
Purification of P65% was performed by gel filtration column chromatography on Sephadex[TM] G-75 Superfine column and the eluted fractions were monitored for their ability to inhibit the radial growth of A.
The toxin was purified by a combination of sequential ammonium sulphate fractionation followed by gel filtration chromatography on superdex-200 HR 10/30 column in the FPLC system.