Immobilization of Proteins on Polyhydrazides
Immobilized proteins have been prepared by covalent coupling of proteins to various insoluble carriers. The supports used were polyamino acids, cellulose, polyacrylamide derivatives, beaded glass, maleic anhydride copolymers (EMA), dialdehyde starch, beaded agarose, crosslinked dextrans and nylons (1). Different reactions were used to couple the protein to the carriers, including the azide, carbodiimide, diazonium salt, acyl chloride, cyanogen bromide, isothiocyanate, anhydride and other methods (1).
KeywordsBeaded Glass Maleic Anhydride Beaded Agarose Diazonium Salt Cyanogen Bromide
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