Ceramic Hydroxyapatite — A New Dimension in Chromatography of Biological Molecules


Introduction Hydroxyapatite chromatography was introduced in 1956, but despite numerous publications describing its merits as a unique chromatography tool, it has failed to attain the popularity of ion exchange (Tiselius et al. 1956). A number of reasons account for its neglect, most of which are artificial and the remainder obsolete. In practice, it offers… (More)

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