Manufacturing of agarose-based chromatographic adsorbents with controlled pore and particle size

Chromatography remains the most commonly employed method for achieving high resolution separation of large-sized biomolecules, such as plasmid DNA, typically around 150-250 nm in diameter. Currently, fractionation of such entities is performed using stationary phases designed for protein purificatio...

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Main Author: Ioannidis, Nicolas
Published: University of Birmingham 2009
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