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Do you have any links or info on chromatography with relation to proteins?



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Hi Julie!

Yes...chromatography techniques are very useful tools for separating and purifying all kinds of biological molecules, included proteins and nucleic acids, from solutions that can contain a very big number of these substances ( could be hundreds or even thousands different ones). There are many very good books where you can find all the information you need, but actually there are a quite nice review at
http://www.the-scientist.library.upenn.edu/ /yr19...ols_951113.html
Hope that helps you.
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Mabel
(Dr. Mabel Rodrigues)



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