PMID: 3728961May 1, 1986Paper

Isolation of glycosylated hemoglobins by a combination of ion-exchange and gel-filtration chromatographies: a pilot study

Analytical Biochemistry
C H Lowrey, J S Soeldner


The techniques of ion exchange and gel filtration have been combined in a single chromatographic column which allows the simultaneous isolation of hemoglobins glycosylated at their beta-amino termini from other hemoglobin species as well as from molecules differing in size from the hemoglobins. This method is unique because it makes possible isolation of preparative quantities of glycosylated hemoglobins within approximately 15 min. The method works most efficiently with a dry weight-to-weight ratio of Biorex 70 to Sephadex G25 of 1.4 to 1.0. The technique was applied to the determination of the apparent first-order rate constant for the deglycosylation of the labile form of hemoglobin AIc.


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