Scope Note: Bioseparation is the process of separating components by passing a solution mixture through an absorbent column so that each component absorbs to the surface differently, and thus eludes at different times. This process is used for purification of proteins, chemicals and bio-chemicals used in the manufacture of pharmaceutical and food products, for the purification of water, and for other bio-chemical processes.

  1. Spontaneous Proton Transfer to a Conserved Intein Residue Determines On-Pathway Protein Splicing [Retrieved July 22, 2011]
  2. Modeling of the α-lactalbumin and β-lactoglobulin protein separation [Retrieved July 22, 2011]
  3. Superparamagnetic iron oxide nanoparticles (SPIONs): Development, surface modification and applications in chemotherapy [Retrieved July 22, 2011]
  4. Integrated recirculating foam fractionation for the continuous recovery of biosurfactant from fermenters [Retrieved July 22, 2011]
  5. Preparation, characterization and MRI application of carboxymethyl dextran coated magnetic nanoparticles [Retrieved July 22, 2011]
  6. Fast cation-exchange separation of proteins in a plastic microcapillary disc[Retrieved July 22, 2011]
  7. Tailoring the surface chemistry of mesocellular foams for protein adsorption [Retrieved July 22, 2011]
  8. Synthesis and characterization of sulfonic acid-functionalized SBA-15 for adsorption of biomolecules [Retrieved July 22, 2011]
  9. Diffusion of sodium dodecyl sulfate micelles in agarose gels [Retrieved July 22, 2011]
  10. One-pot synthesis and characterization of cross-linked quaternized chitosan microspheres as protein adsorbent [Retrieved July 22, 2011]
  11. Pressure–volume–temperature measurements of phosphonium-based ionic liquids and analysis with simple equations of state [Retrieved July 22, 2011]
  12. Anionic polysaccharide hydrogels with thermosensitive properties [Retrieved July 22, 2011]
  13. Casting mold patterning for lateral capillary force migration on PDMS microchannel [Retrieved July 22, 2011]
  14. Equilibrium adsorption of poly(His)-tagged proteins on immobilized metal affinity chromatographic adsorbents [Retrieved July 22, 2011]
  15. Rational design and optimization of downstream processes of virus particles for biopharmaceutical applications: Current advances [Retrieved July 22, 2011]
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