Partial purification of biologically active, low molecular weight, human antihemophilic factor free of Von Willebrand factor. I. Partial characterization and evidence for disulfide bond(s) susceptible to limited reduction.

@article{Harris1981PartialPO,
  title={Partial purification of biologically active, low molecular weight, human antihemophilic factor free of Von Willebrand factor. I. Partial characterization and evidence for disulfide bond(s) susceptible to limited reduction.},
  author={R. Benjamin Harris and Jack Newman and Alan M. Johnson},
  journal={Biochimica et biophysica acta},
  year={1981},
  volume={668 3},
  pages={456-70}
}
Partially purified (approx. 5000-fold), low molecular weight human antihemophilic factor, free of detectable Von Willebrand factor (ristocetin cofactor activity or Von Willebrand antigen), was prepared from fresh citrated plasma by limited reduction with 1 mM dithiothreitol and chromatography on Sepharose CL-4B, Sephadex G-100, and polyelectrolyte E-5. The ratio of antihemophilic factor activity to Von Willebrand factor activity or antigen was greater than 27 000 : 1. The antihemophilic factor… CONTINUE READING