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We were deeply impressed by the above finding, and noticed the potential of affinity chromatography as a new informational tool in biochemistry.
The ascitic fluids of two MAbs (3F2D8 and 5F9G11) were prepared and subsequently purified by affinity chromatography using SPG column.
Plasminogen: purification from human plasma by affinity chromatography.
The three methods used to measure glycated hemoglobin are immunoassay, high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) and boronate affinity chromatography.
In scale up of affinity chromatography for purification of enzymes and other proteins the following basic assumptions are needed to formulate the rate model: (1) the column is isothermal, (2) the packing particles are considered spherical and possess the same size, (3) the diffusion in the radial direction is negligible, (4) there is no convective flow inside particle macropores, (5) the packing density is even along the column length, and (6) the mass-transfer and kinetic parameters are constant.
The identity of the destined lectins contained in the pools collected from affinity chromatography columns (raffinose-eluents) was confirmed by native PACE.
Immobilized metal affinity chromatography of human growth hormone: effect of ligand density.
The company's lead product, the Hemopurifier(TM), converges the established principals of hemodialysis and affinity chromatography with the discovery of compounds that effectively adhere to the surface of a multiple envelope viruses.
The most important ones include: affinity chromatography, ion chromatography, capillary electrophoresis, normal phase chromatography, reverse phase chromatography, supercritical chromatography, and microscale chromatography.
To identify proteins involved in myosin-V/kinesin binding to neuronal cargo, we used a recombinant glutathione S-transferase-labeled globular tail domain of myosin-V (GST-GTD) in immunoprecipitation and column affinity chromatography experiments.