Chemistry of Natural Compounds

, Volume 19, Issue 6, pp 727–729 | Cite as

DNA-cellulose — A new affinity sorbent for human leucocytic interferon

  • G. T. Mavlanov
  • S. A. Auelbekov
  • D. B. Dzhumaev
  • Kh. A. Aslanov


The possibility has been studied of using affinity chromatography on DNA-cellulose for the purification of interferon. It has been shown that interferon at a low ionic strength binds to DNA-cellulose, and on this basis a new method is proposed for purifying interferon which permits its 200-fold purification with small losses.


Interferon Affinity Chromatography Newcastle Disease KSCN Linear NaCI Gradient 


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  • G. T. Mavlanov
  • S. A. Auelbekov
  • D. B. Dzhumaev
  • Kh. A. Aslanov

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