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Protein solutions: concentration by a rapid method

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Oct 8, 1965

W F BlattC A Saravis

PMID: 5837340

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Protein solutions were concentrated, with no evidence of denaturation, by means of membranes formed from the complex interaction product of polyanions and polycations (Diaplex). The technique is considerably more rapid than conventional ultrafiltration with Visking tubing.

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Immunoelectrophoresis
Tissue Membrane
Filtration
Rapid Technique
Polyanion
Denaturation
Solutions
Physical Dialysis
Blood Protein Electrophoresis
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Protein solutions: concentration by a rapid method

Science

Oct 8, 1965

W F BlattC A Saravis

PMID: 5837340

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Abstract

Protein solutions were concentrated, with no evidence of denaturation, by means of membranes formed from the complex interaction product of polyanions and polycations (Diaplex). The technique is considerably more rapid than conventional ultrafiltration with Visking tubing.

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Immunoelectrophoresis
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Rapid Technique
Polyanion
Denaturation
Solutions
Physical Dialysis
Blood Protein Electrophoresis
7

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