R L Gehant

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Two methods, High-Performance Receptor Binding Chromatography (HPRBC) and Cell Proliferation (CP), have been developed as alternatives to the classical hypophysectomized rat weight gain bioassay for the determination of potency for recombinant human growth hormone (rhGH). In the HPRBC assay, rhGH is combined with an excess of the soluble extracellular(More)
A sulfur-containing compound found in acid hydrolysates of proteins was identified 30 years ago as a trisulfide: bis-(2-amino-2-carboxyethyl) trisulfide (cysteine2S3). At that time, studies concerning the chemistry of sulfur-transferring enzyme systems suggested that cysteine2S3 also existed in biological systems. Two decades later, a cystine trisulfide(More)
The application of ultrafast HPLC to the development of recovery processes for proteins produced by recombinant DNA technology has been explored using wide-pore HPLC resins and instrumentation designed for rapid analysis. High-resolution analysis of complex samples was achieved with a total analysis time of less than 5 min from injection to injection.(More)
Strategies that prevent the attachment of N-linked carbohydrates to nascent glycoproteins often impair intracellular transport and secretion. In the present study, we describe a method to rescue the intracellular transport and secretion of glycoproteins mutagenized to delete N-linked glycosylation sites. Site-directed mutagenesis was used to delete N-linked(More)
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