Asif Ladiwala

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We have recently developed a novel multivalent cationic library based on the derivatization of aminoglycosides by linear polyamines. In the current study, we describe the DNA-binding activity of this library. Screening results indicated that several candidates from the library showed high DNA-binding activities with some approaching those of cationic(More)
Confocal laser scanning microscopy has been previously applied to the study of protein uptake in porous chromatography resins. This method requires labeling the protein with a fluorescent probe. The labeled protein is then diluted with a large quantity of native protein so that the fluorescence intensity is a linear function of the labeled protein(More)
In the present work, the effect of stationary phase resin chemistry and protein physicochemical properties on protein binding affinity in hydrophobic interaction chromatography (HIC) was investigated using linear gradient chromatography and quantitative structure-retention relationship (QSRR) modeling. Linear gradient experiments were carried out for a set(More)
The a priori prediction of protein adsorption behavior has been a long-standing goal in several fields. In the present work, property-modeling techniques have been used for the prediction of protein adsorption thermodynamics in ion-exchange systems directly from crystal structure. Quantitative structure-property relationship models of protein isotherm(More)
Parallel batch screening experiments were carried out to examine how displacer chemistry and salt counterions affect the selectivity of batch protein displacements in anion exchange chromatographic systems. The results indicate that both salt type and displacer chemistry can have a significant impact on the amount of protein displaced. Importantly, the(More)
A multidimensional, batch high-throughput screening (MD-HTS) protocol was developed to investigate the effects of various parameters on the selectivity of ion-exchange protein displacement systems. A variety of molecules were screened, and the results were employed to provided insights into the influence of displacer chemistry and concentration, resin(More)
This paper employs a parallel batch screening technique for the identification of both selective and high-affinity displacers for a model binary mixture of proteins in a cation-exchange system. A variety of molecules were screened as possible displacers for the proteins ribonuclease A (RNAseA) and alpha-chymotrypsinogen A (alpha-chyA) on high performance(More)
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