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Determination by chromatographic methods of the adsorption rate constant of HSA on immobilized polyclonal and monoclonal antibodies
Abstract High performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) was used to determine the association rate constants of antigen-antibody reactions at the solid-liquid interface. The adsorption of human serumExpand
Chromatographic study of the adsorption kinetics of albumin on monoclonal and polyclonal immunoadsorbents
SummaryHigh-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) has been used to study the adsorption kinetics of proteins on immunoadsorbents. The adsorption rate constant of human serum albumin (HSA) onExpand
Study of the chromatographic properties of proteins on a silica-based polymeric cation-exchange stationary phase
Abstract A cation exchange stationary phase, a sulfonated copolymer from N, N' dimethylacrylamide and glycidylacrylate deposited on silica, is used for the separation of basic proteins. TheirExpand
Kinetic study of the adsorption of human serum albumin on immobilized antibody using the split-peak effect in immunochromatography.
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Kinetic studies as a function of flow-rate demonstrate the validity of the split-peak effect method in determining the association rate constant of the antigen-immobilized antibody reaction from measurements performed on columns of various capacities. Expand
Chromatographic kinetic measurements of human serum albumin adsorption on monoclonal antibodies
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A chromatographic method was employed to study the kinetics of human serum albumin (HSA) adsorbed on immobilized monoclonal antibodies, giving the capacity of the support and the rate of the biospecific adsorption process. Expand
Uranium—Potassium relationship and apatite fission-track ages for a differentiated leucitite suite from New South Wales (Australia)
Abstract Detailed analysis of the U-content and distribution in a differentiated leucitite suite shows that U is negatively correlated with K and decreases with increasing differentiation. It isExpand
Cinetiques de l'adsorption des proteines sur un support immunochromatographique. Application a l'etude des interactions albumine humaine-anticorps immobilises
La cinetique d'adsorption des proteines sur un immunoadsorbant a ete etudiee par une nouvelle methode chromatographique. La theorie, recemment developpee au laboratoire, suppose une loi cinetique duExpand