Quantitation of protein binding to the capillary wall in acidic, isoelectric buffers and means for minimizing the phenomenon.


Notwithstanding the use of acidic, amphoteric, isoelectric buffers with isoelectric points (pI) in the pH 2-3 range, adsorption of proteins to the naked silica wall can be non-negligible. Two such buffers have been tested: iminodiacetic acid (IDA; pI 2.23, apparent pH 3.2 in 7 M urea) and aspartic acid (pI 2.77, apparent pH 3.7 in 7 M urea). Three potential… (More)


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