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Affinity Chromatography

Edited by Sameh Magdeldin

Niigata University, Japan

Most will agree that one major achievement in the bio-separation techniques is affinity chromatography. This coined terminology covers a myriad of separation approaches that relies mainly on reversible adsorption of biomolecules through biospecific interactions on the ligand. Within this book, the authors tried to deliver for you simplified fundamentals of affinity chromatography together with exemplarily applications of this versatile technique. We have always been endeavor to keep the contents of the book crisp and easily comprehensive, hoping that this book will receive an overwhelming interest, deliver benefits and valuable information to the readers.

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Affinity ChromatographyEdited by Sameh Magdeldin

Published: March 21st 2012

DOI: 10.5772/1959

ISBN: 978-953-51-0325-7

eBook (PDF) ISBN: 978-953-51-4319-2

Copyright year: 2012

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98663 Total Chapter Downloads

20 Crossref Citations

71 Web of Science Citations

75 Dimensions Citations


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1. Affinity Chromatography: Principles and Applications

By Sameh Magdeldin and Annette Moser


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2. Affinity Interactions as a Tool for Protein Immobilization

By Eva Benešová and Blanka Králová


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3. Affinity Chromatography of Lectins

By Jure Pohleven, Borut Štrukelj and Janko Kos


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4. The Difference of Lectin Recovery by Sugar-Bound Resin

By Mitsuru Jimbo, Shin Satoh, Hirofumi Hasegawa, Hiroshi Miyake, Takao Yoshida, Tadashi Maruyama and Hisao Kamiya


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5. Immunoaffinity Chromatography: A Review

By Daad A. Abi-Ghanem and Luc R. Berghman


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6. Affinity Chromatography for Purification of IgG from Human Plasma

By Lucia Hofbauer, Leopold Bruckschwaiger, Harald Arno Butterweck and Wolfgang Teschner


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7. A Study of the Glutathione Transferase Proteome of Drosophila melanogaster: Use of S- Substituted Glutathiones as Affinity Ligands

By Ramavati Pal, Milana Blakemore, Michelle Ding and Alan G. Clark


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8. RNA Affinity Chromatography

By Nehal Thakor and Martin Holcik


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9. Ion Metallic Affinity Chromatography and Purification of Bacterial Toxin

By Luciano Moura Martins and Tomomasa Yano


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10. Polyhistidine Affinity Chromatography for Purification and Biochemical Analysis of Fungal Cell Wall-Degrading Enzymes

By Takumi Takeda


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11. Novel Detection Methods Used in Conjunction with Affinity Chromatography for the Identification and Purification of Hydrolytic Enzymes or Enzyme Inhibitors from Insects and Plants

By Alexander V. Konarev and Alison Lovegrove


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12. Affinity Chromatography as a Key Tool to Purify Protein Protease Inhibitors from Plants

By Elizeu Antunes dos Santos, Adeliana Silva de Oliveira, Luciana Maria Araújo Rabêlo, Adriana Ferreira Uchôa and Ana Heloneida Araújo Morais


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13. Identification of cGMP-Kinase Complexes by Affinity Chromatography

By Salb Katharina, Schinner Elisabeth and Schlossmann Jens


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14. Affinity Chromatography as a Tool for Quantification of Interactions Between Drug Molecules and Their Protein Targets

By Piotr Draczkowski, Dariusz Matosiuk and Krzysztof Jozwiak


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15. The Value of Fungal Protease Inhibitors in Affinity Chromatography

By Jerica Sabotič, Katarina Koruza, Boštjan Gabor, Matjaž Peterka, Miloš Barut, Janko Kos and Jože Brzin


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16. Affinity-Based Methods for the Separation of Parasite Proteins

By C.R. Alves, F.S. Silva, F.O. Oliveira Jr, B.A.S. Pereira, F.A. Pires and M.C.S. Pereira


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