Magnetic biospecific affinity adsorbents for lysozyme isolation
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Magnetic biospecific affinity adsorbents for lysozyme isolation have been prepared. They were obtained by incorporation of fine magnetite particles into the structure of chitin, agar or agarose. Hen egg white lysozyme was obtained in 90% purity in one step.
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