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Publisher Description

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 employing bioaffinity chromatographic systems as preparative tools. The chapters include a comprehensive discussion of interactive chromatography theory (DeLisi and Hethcote), a review of experimental data obtained for biological macromolecules and the relevant theoretical considerations of affinity chromatography which led to them (Swaisgood and Chaiken), an evaluation of rate processes in affinity chromatography and the potential to determine biologically meaningful chemical rate constants (Walters), and the use of quantitative and molecular considerations to design affinity chromatographic systems (Stellwagen and Liu).

GENRE
Science & Nature
RELEASED
2018
January 10
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
204
Pages
PUBLISHER
CRC Press
SIZE
12.2
MB