Changes of the affinity between fungal proteins and vanillin bonded to thermally modified porous glass support
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The affinity of peroxidase and the fungal proteins to vanillin attached to controlled porous glasses depends on the porosity of the glass and additional thermal treatment of the support. The additional thermal treatment of controlled porous glasses leads to an enrichment in boron atoms of their surface.
The results presented in this paper show a better resolution of the analyzed substances when glass with a surface enriched in boron was used as the support for vanillin.
Key WordsAffinity chromatography Proteins affinity to vanillin Controlled porosity glass Thermally modified glass support Boron enriched glass surface
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