Herbert Giesche

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Following previous studies of the use of non-porous monodisperse 1.5-microns n-octyl- and n-octadecyl-bonded silicas in gradient elution of proteins, this work was aimed at elucidating further the(More)
Non-porous monodisperse 1.5-microns silicas were allowed to react with (A) and (B) N-acetylaminopropyltriethoxysilane to generate bonded phases useful in high-performance hydrophobic-interaction(More)
The reversed-phase chromatography of proteins by gradient elution with acidic, low-ionic-strength aqueous-organic eluents is often associated with losses of the biological activity of the protein. In(More)
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