H G Botros

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Immobilized metal ion affinity partitioning of erythrocytes from different species is described. We have explored the affinity between transition metal chelates and metal-binding sites situated on the cell surface by partitioning in aqueous two-phase system composed of poly(ethylene glycol) and dextran. Soluble metal-chelate-poly(ethylene glycol) was(More)
We have explored immobilized metal ion affinity adsorption as a means of discrimination between cells and to assess partially the types of interaction that might contribute to the adsorption of cells on the such adsorbents. Erythrocytes from different sources were adsorbed on immobilized iminodiacetic acid charged with Cu2+, Ni2+ or Zn2+. The affinity of(More)
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