Short Column Sedimentation Equilibrium Analysis for Rapid Characterization of Macromolecules in Solution

@inproceedings{Laue1999ShortCS,
  title={Short Column Sedimentation Equilibrium Analysis for Rapid Characterization of Macromolecules in Solution},
  author={Thomas M. Laue},
  year={1999}
}
Introduction Short column sedimentation equilibrium analysis offers many advantages for researchers wanting quick, sure characterization of the solution properties of macromolecules. Presented here is a list of when short column methods are an appropriate choice, a brief theoretical treatment and an overview of short column sedimentation methods, including ones diagnostic for self-association and nonideality. Short column methods were first described by Van Holde and Baldwin in 1958 (1), and… CONTINUE READING

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