[Protein-analysis] Re: Affinity chtomatography - Sepharose vs Sephacryl?

Mark Nance via proteins%40net.bio.net (by mrnance from lsi.umich.edu)
Wed Oct 15 09:56:00 EST 2008

There are several GE methods PDFs available from this website:
They sell printed versions for $20 to cover shipping/printing, but modest clicking will get you to the free PDF.  Available titles include "Gel Filtration: Principles and Methods" and "Challenging Protein Purification Handbook".  At the Protein Tour event they distributed a CD entitled "Life Sciences Handbook Collection & Animations of Purification Techniques" which contains these PDFs and movies.


>>> Nick Theodorakis <nick.theodorakis from gmail.com> 10/15/08 1:02 AM >>>
On Oct 14, 3:48 pm, "Dr Engelbert Buxbaum"
<engelbert_buxb... from hotmail.com> wrote:
> Part of the reason may be that the old Pharmacia company no longer exists,
> it was bought first by Amersham and later by GE. It is quite possible that
> the expertise in separation technology once concentrated at Pharmacia has
> dispersed. The fact that the monographs on various separation techniques
> that Pharmacia used to offer for free are no longer maintained or even
> available (and it would be so cheap to put a pdf on their web-site)
> strongly points in that direction, as does the fact that we no longer hear
> about new techniques or matrices developed there.

I actually learned quite a bit from those booklets. Everything I
needed to know about gel filtration I learned from Pharmacia ;-)


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