Regenerated bacterial cellulose microfluidic column for glycoproteins separation.
Nanjing, China. In Carbohydr Polym, Mar 2016
Lysozyme (non-glycoprotein) and transferrin (glycoprotein) were successfully separated based on their different affinities toward the immobilized Con A. Overall, the RBC microfluidic system presents great potential application in affinity chromatography of glycoproteins analysis, and this research represents a significant step to prepare bacterial cellulose (BC) as column packing material in microfluidic system.
Electrostatic effects in proteins.
In Science, 1978
Lysozyme stabilizes the constellation of charges involved in the transition state of its substrate by both permanent and induced dipoles.