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Journal of chromatography. A

Chromatographic removal of endotoxin from hemoglobin preparations. Effects of solution conditions on endotoxin removal efficiency and protein recovery.


PMID 9677709

Abstract

In this work, affinity chromatography was used to remove endotoxin from human hemoglobin preparations with a Sterogene Acticlean Etox column. The effects of solution conditions on endotoxin removal efficiency and protein recovery have been investigated. It has been found that cations Na(+) or Ca(2+) reduced endotoxin removal efficiency from 73% (sample prepared with endotoxin-free water) to 31% (sample prepared with 0.15 M NaCl, ionic strength, I = 0.15 M), and from 73% sample prepared with endotoxin-free water) to 9% (sample prepared with 0.05 M CaCl2, ionic strength, I = 0.15 M). It has also been found that the protein recovery was increased from 90% to 99%, respectively.

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