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a process used for separating mixtures by virtue of differences in absorbency

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calidifontis, by using gene cloning in pET101 cloning vector and purification of APU was achieved with immobilized metal affinity chromatography technique.
The Synthesis of three AMP-analogues: N6-(6-aminohexy1)-adenosine 5'-monophosphate, N6-(6-aminohexyl)-adenosine 2',5'-bisphosphate, and N6-(6-aminohexyl)-adenosine 3', 5'-bisphosphate and their application as general ligands in biospecific affinity chromatography. Eur J Biochem 47(1): 81-89.
Serological diagnosis of Echinococcus granulosus infection in sheep using cyst fluid antigen processed by antibody affinity chromatography. Aust.
As for flour, it was not possible to visualize proteins in the material retained at the trypsin affinity chromatography as marked in Figures 2B and D, applying the same volume and quantity in the two gels of the seed and flour RT, differing from that observed in the RT of the chia seeds.
Importantly, a high density of [Cu.sup.2+] on the magnetic nanoparticle surface will contribute to protein adsorption by [Cu.sup.2+]-chelate affinity chromatography.
GST is added to proteins as a tag for later purification by affinity chromatography. GSTs play an important role in the detoxification of external organic substances.
In the present study, we employed a novel method of peptide ligand library affinity chromatography combining with 1D-gel-LC-MS/MS analysis to identify proteins differentially expressed in the sera of MM patients compared to those of healthy controls.
Nowadays, affinity chromatography appears as one of the most efficient methods for protein separation and purification (Hage, 1999; Oh-Ishi et al., 2002).
Frontal affinity chromatography: Kenichi KASAI A unique research tool for biospecific interaction that promotes glycobiology Communicated by Kunihiko SUZUKI, M.J.A.
Affinity chromatography started its progress at the late 1960s, and soon became an indispensable tool in life science through its excellent ability in purifying rare and instable biomolecules, especially proteins.
micropeltes brain tissues using affinity chromatography gel (procainamideSephacryl S-1000) showed that the partially purified AChE was most active on acetylthiocholine (ATC) but had low activities on propionylthiocholine (PTC) and butyrylthiocholine (BTC), indicating that the partially purified fraction was predominantly AChE.
Using affinity chromatography to separate LZM can manufacture a high recovery and concentration (Vasstrand and Jensen, 1980).
Eshmuno A is a rigid, high capacity, acid and alkaline resistant Protein A affinity chromatography media for the purification of monoclonal antibodies and other Fc-containing proteins, and is designed to have higher binding capacities.