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Handbook of Affinity Chromatography

ISBN 9780824740573
Published July 19, 2005 by CRC Press
968 Pages 327 B/W Illustrations

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Book Description

This essential handbook guides investigators in the theory, applications, and practical use of affinity chromatography in a variety of fields including biotechnology, biochemistry, molecular biology, analytical chemistry, proteomics, pharmaceutical science, environmental analysis, and clinical chemistry.

The Handbook of Affinity Chromatography reflects upon important factors to consider in the development of affinity methods, such as the choice of support material, immobilization methods, and application or elution conditions. It reviews common affinity methods and explores the latest preparative, analytical, and biophysical applications, including the use of affinity chromatography with other separation techniques and analytical systems. This basis seamlessly supports the discussion of recent developments in techniques including the use of affinity ligands in capillary electrophoresis, mass spectrometry, microanalytical systems, and optical biosensors. New chapters feature expanded discussions on molecularly imprinted polymers and biomimetic ligands, chromatographic immunoassays, affinity-based immunoassays, affinity-based chiral stationary phases, and affinity ligands in multidimensional systems.

Engaging the collaboration of 48 scientists and students from 23 laboratories and organizations to present the latest information on affinity methods, the Handbook of Affinity Chromatography illustrates a wide range of applications and theory for scientists, students, and laboratory workers throughout the fields of chemistry and biology.

Table of Contents

An Introduction to Affinity Chromatography; D.S. Hage and P.F. Ruhn
Support Materials for Affinity Chromatography; P. Gustavsson and P. Larsson
Immobilization Methods for Affinity Chromatography; H.S. Kim and D.S. Hage
Application and Elution in Affinity Chromatography; D.S. Hage, H. Xuan, and M.A. Nelson
Bioaffinity Chromatography; D.S. Hage, M. Bian, R. Burks, E. Karle, C. Ohnmacht, and C. Wa
Immunoaffinity Chromatography; D.S. Hage and T.M. Phillips
DNA Affinity Chromatography; R.A. Moxley, S. Oak, H. Gadgil, and H.W. Jarrett
Boronate Affinity Chromatography; X. Liu and W.H. Scouten
Dye-Ligand and Biomimetic Affinity Chromatography; N.E. Labrou, K. Mazitsos, and Y.D. Clonis
Immobilized Metal-Ion Affinity Chromatography; D. Todorova and M.A. Vijayalakshmi
General Considerations in Preparative Affinity Chromatography; A. Subramanian
Affinity Chromatography of Enzymes; F. Friedberg and A.R. Rhoads
Isolation of Recombinant Proteins by Affinity Chromatography; A. Subramanian
Affinity Chromatography in Antibody and Antigen Purification; T.M. Phillips
Affinity Chromatography of Regulatory and Signal-Transducing Proteins; A.R. Rhoads and F. Friedberg
Receptor-Affinity Chromatography; P. Bailon, M. Nachman-Clewner, C. L. Spence, and G.K. Ehrlich
Affinity Methods in Clinical and Pharmaceutical Analysis; Carrie A.C. Wolfe, W. Clarke and D.S. Hage
Affinity Chromatography in Biotechnology; N. Jordan and I. Krull
Environmental Analysis by Affinity Chromatography; M.A. Nelson and D.S. Hage
Affinity Chromatography in Molecular Biology; L.A. Jurado, S.Oak, Himanshu Gadgil, R.A. Moxley, and H.W. Jarrett
Affinity-Based Chiral Stationary Phases; S. Patel, I.W. Wainer and W.J. Lough
Quantitative Affinity Chromatography: Practical Aspects; D.S. Hage and J. Chen
Quantitative Affinity Chromatography: Recent Theoretical Developments; D.J. Winzor
Chromatographic Studies of Molecular Recognition and Solute Binding to Enzymes and Plasma Proteins; S. Patel, I.W. Wainer and W.J. Lough
Affinity-Based Optical Biosensors; S.D. Long and D.G. Myszka
Affinity Ligands in Capillary Electrophoresis; Niels H. H. Heegaard and C. Schou
Affinity Mass Spectrometry; C.J. Briscoe, W. Clarke and D.S. Hage
Microanalytical Methods Based on Affinity Chromatography; T.M. Phillips
Chromatographic Immunoassays; A.C. Moser and D.S. Hage
Molecularly Imprinted Polymers: Artificial Receptors for Affinity Separations; K. Haupt

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“The topics are well illustrated and range from fields of biochemistry, molecular biology and biotechnology to analytical chemistry, pharmaceutical and environmental science. This handbook can be an excellent source of information not only to the students but also to the persons involved in research and academia.”
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