Immobilized Tannin as Protein Adsorbent-Preparation, Characteristics, and Applications
As protein adsorbents, there are many inorganic compounds, such as alumina, charcoal, clays, glass and silica. There are also many organic compounds such as starch, ion-exhcnage cellulose and ion-exchange resins. However, these materials are not specific for proteins but adsorb various organic and inorganic compounds together with proteins. We feel that if an adsorbent that specifically adsorbed proteins could be prepared, it would be of great advantage in many scientific fields. To design this adsorbent, we chose tannin as our ligand.
KeywordsApply Biochemistry Protein Solution Inorganic Compound Scientific Field Protein Adsorbent
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