Affinity chromatography and biological recognition proceedings of the Fifth International Symposium on Affinity Chromatography and Biological Recognition, held in Annapolis, Maryland, June 12-17, 1983 by International Symposium on Affinity Chromatography and Biological Recognition (5th 1983 Annapolis, Md.)

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Includes bibliographical references and index.

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Statementedited by Irwin M. Chaiken, Meir Wilchek, Indu Parikh.
ContributionsChaiken, Irwin M., Wilchek, Meir., Parikh, Indu.
LC ClassificationsQP519.9.A35 I57 1983
The Physical Object
Paginationxxiv, 515 p. :
Number of Pages515
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Open LibraryOL3179801M
ISBN 100121665801
LC Control Number83022403

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select molecular interactions, affinity methods, and the developing synergism between affinity chromatography and biological recognition Book chapter Full text access MOLECULAR INTERACTIONS, AFFINITY METHODS, AND THE DEVELOPING SYNERGISM BETWEEN AFFINITY CHROMATOGRAPHY AND BIOLOGICAL RECOGNITION.

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Summary. This chapter covers the use of immobilized metal ion affinity chromatography (IMAC) for enrichment of phosphorylated proteins.

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This volume presents discussions of theoretical and experimental considerations that have led to the analytical affinity chromatography field, as well as current efforts to use this methodology to characterize the interaction mechanisms of biological macromolecules and to establish conditions for Affinity chromatography and biological recognition book bioaffinity chromatographic systems as preparative by: Affinity chromatography is unique in purification technology since it is the only technique that enables the purification of a biomolecule on the basis of its biological function or individual chemical structure.

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It is a type of chromatographic laboratory technique used for purifying biological molecules within a mixture by exploiting molecular properties, e.g. protein can be eluted by ligand solution. Biological macromolecules. Rapid growth in the preparative and high-resolution analytical applications of metal-affinity chromatography demonstrate the appeal of metal recognition as a basis for protein separations.

Stable Cited by: Affinity chromatography is the process of bioselective adsorption and subsequent recovery of a compound from an immobilized ligand. This process allows for the highly specific and efficient purification of many diverse proteins and other compounds.

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