Nuclear magnetic relaxation study of hindered rotational diffusion in gels

@inproceedings{Claeys1989NuclearMR,
  title={Nuclear magnetic relaxation study of hindered rotational diffusion in gels},
  author={Ivan L. Claeys and Frances H. Arnold},
  year={1989}
}
Polymeric gels are widely used in biotechnology, primarily for purification purposes in separation processes, but also as matrices for the physical entrapment of cells and macromolecules, or for the covalent attachment of enzymes and ligands (Mosbach. 1976). The restricted diffusion of molecules through these gels is an important concern in the design and operation of chromatographic separations, bioreactors, electrophoretic media, etc. Yet the fundamental aspects of the interactions between… CONTINUE READING

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