The Influence of Matrices on Dye-Protein Interaction
Adsorbents with immobilized dyes are employed for purification of enzymes and other proteins in affinity chromatography. Adsorbents are useful, because the ligands are chemically and biologically stable. Its immobilization on polymer is simple and the interaction with certain enzymes i.e. proteins is sufficiently specific. That allows us to look at them as affinity (or pseudoaffinity) adsorbents.
KeywordsHuman Albumin Hydrolytic Stability Inorganic Matrix Glutaric Aldehyde Macroporous Silica
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