A new micellar aqueous two-phase partitioning system (ATPS) for the separation of proteins.


Partitioning of six typical globular proteins with molecular weights ranging from 12.6 to 250 kDa was investigated using an aqueous two-phase system formed by heating a solution containing the individual proteins and n-dodecyldimethylphosphine oxide (APO12) above the cloud point of the nonionic surfactant (approximately 40 degrees C). The partition… (More)


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