Glycidol-modified gels for molecular-sieve chromatography. Surface hydrophilization and pore size reduction.

  • Karin Eriksson
  • Published 1987 in Journal of biochemical and biophysical methods


Divinyl sulfone-crosslinked agarose gels were made hydrophilic by coupling glycidol to the agarose chains. The concentration of glycidol in the reaction mixture determines the pore size of the gels (the glycidol molecules probably form polymers, the degree of polymerization increasing with the glycidol concentration). Gels prepared with moderate glycidol… (More)


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