Study of the chromatographic properties of proteins on a silica-based polymeric cation-exchange stationary phase

@article{Renard1992StudyOT,
  title={Study of the chromatographic properties of proteins on a silica-based polymeric cation-exchange stationary phase},
  author={J. Renard and C. Vidal-madjar and B. S{\'e}bille},
  journal={Journal of Liquid Chromatography \& Related Technologies},
  year={1992},
  volume={15},
  pages={71-82}
}
Abstract A cation exchange stationary phase, a sulfonated copolymer from N, N' dimethylacrylamide and glycidylacrylate deposited on silica, is used for the separation of basic proteins. Their retention properties were studied from the plot of ln k' vs. ln 1/[NaCl] where k' is the retention capacity factor, and [NaCl] the displacing salt concentration in the aqueous phase. The influence of pH on protein retention was examined. According to the “net charge concept” the basic proteins are retained… Expand
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