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Main Title Protein purification : priciples and practice /
Author Scopes, Robert K.
Publisher Springer-Verlag,
Year Published 1994
OCLC Number 28678541
ISBN 0387940723 (New York : alk. paper); 9780387940724 (New York : alk. paper); 3540940723 (Berlin : alk. paper); 9783540940722 (Berlin : alk. paper)
Subjects Proteins--Purification. ; Eiwitten. ; Zuiveringstechnieken. ; Extractie (scheikunde) ; Scheidingstechnieken. ; Proteins--isolation and purification. ; Trennverfahren. ; Proteine. ; Biochimie--Technique. ; Protâeines--isolement et purification. ; Protâeines--Purification. ; Protâeines--Analyse. ; Proteins--isolation & purification
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Publisher description http://catdir.loc.gov/catdir/enhancements/fy0814/93031923-d.html
Notice et cote du catalogue de la Bibliothèque nationale de France http://catalogue.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/cb37431601w
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EKCM  QP551.S4257 1994 CEMM/GEMMD Library/Gulf Breeze,FL 02/18/1994
ELBM  QP551.S442 1993 AWBERC Library/Cincinnati,OH 03/18/1994
Edition 3rd ed.
Collation xix, 380 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
Notes
Includes bibliographical references (p. 356-373) and index.
Contents Notes
Protein purification laboratory -- Making an extract -- Analysis: measurement of protein and enzyme activity -- Separation by precipitation -- Separation by adsorption I: general aspects -- Separation by adsorption II: ion exchangers and nonspecific adsorbents -- Separation by adsorption: affinity techniques -- Separation in solution -- Purification of special types of proteins -- Small-scale and large-scale procedures -- Analysis for purity -- Optimization of procedures: final steps -- Precipitation tables -- Solutions for measuring protein concentration -- Buffers for use in protein chemistry -- Chromatographic materials. A guide providing a brief account of the main protein fractionation methods, with some simple theoretical and thermodynamic explanations of the events occurring, for students and researchers involved in the process of isolating an enzyme, from whatever source. A basic background in biochemistry and protein chemistry is assumed.