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Publication Date: 1989
Publisher: Wiley & Sons, Incorporated, John
Partial table of contents: LIGAND: LIGATE AFFINITY AND SELECTIVITY. Analytical Affinity Chromatography, Antisense Peptides, and the Synthetic Design of Recognition Molecules (I. Chaiken, et al.). Recognition Between Soluble and Immobolized Protein Subunits (E. Chiancone & M. Gattoni). STATIONARY PHASE DESIGN. Design Requirements for Silica-Based Chromatographic Matrixes (L. Crane & M. Henry). The Influence of Thioether Bonds in Alkyl Agaroses on the Adsorption of Phosphorylase and Calmodulin (A. Demiroglou, et al.). ROLE OF MOBILE PHASE IN LIGAND RECOGNITION (BINDIN) AND ELUTION. Partition of Cell Organelles, Membrane Vesicles, and Biomolecules in Aqueous Two-Phase Systems (P. Albertsson). Electron-Donor-Acceptor Chromatography (EDAC) for Biomolecules in Aqueous Solutions (J. Porath). MACROMOLECULAR (PROTEIN) RECOGNITION SITE ARCHITECTURE. Recognition of Peptide Hormone Precursors by Proteolytic Processing Enzymes (P. Cohen, et al.). Protein Conformational Changes Upon Adsorption to Chromatographic Surfaces (B. Karger, et al.). MODEL STUDIES WITH CHEMICALLY-DEFINED LIGANDS. The Lasting and the Ephemereal Virtues of Electrophoresis (M. Bier). Metal-Binding Proteins (L. Ryden). BIOTARGETING. Immobilization of Antigens, Antibodies, and Drugs on Carbohydrate Chains and Their Use in Oncology (H. Hirai, et al.). APPLICATIONS. Applications of the Lectin-Glycoprotein Biospecific Interaction on Immobilized Systems (J. Ochoa).Hutchens, William is the author of 'Protein Recognition of Immobolized Ligands', published 1989 under ISBN 9780471516224 and ISBN 0471516228.
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