Immunoaffinity Chromatography and Oriented Immobilisation of Antibodies

  • J. Káš
  • J. Sajdok
  • F. Strejček
Part of the Springer Series in Applied Biology book series (SSAPPL.BIOLOGY)


Affinity chromatography (also bioaffinity or biospecific chromatography), in general, is based on the ability of various biologically active substances to bind specifically and reversibly other substances. One of the interacting counter-parts is attached, usually by covalent coupling, to a suitable solid support and it is called affinant or affinity ligand. (For details see, for instance, Turková 1978, Scouten 1981, Dean 1985).


Solid Support Carbohydrate Moiety Lethal Factor Immunoaffinity Chromatography Immobilisation Yield 
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