Inventors: Hjertén S
, Liao JL
Selective recognition of solutes in chromatographic media by artificially created affinity
Publication date: 1998
Chromatographic media that demonstrate an artificially created recognition of any preselected molecular species with only an affinity-type adsorption are formed by polymerization from solutions of non-ionizable monomers with a quantity of the species contained in the solution, followed by removal of the species by conventional washing. The media are of particular utility and interest when used to achieve affinity binding of proteins. Uses of the media include chromatography and the general isolation and removal of the adsorbed species.
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