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Hydrophobic interaction chromatography problem

Dr. Peter Gegenheimer PGegen at UKans.nolospamare.edu
Fri Jan 21 20:31:38 EST 2000

On Thu, 20 Jan 2000 10:09:29, "Lars Komorowski" 
<larskomo at biochem.mu-luebeck.de> wrote:

ð I want to use a propyl residue as the active group. My problem is that only
ð Sigma seems to vend some old stuff based on agarose as  matrix. I want to
ð know if there are some other possibilities.
ð Another solution is to manufacture the material by myself. Has someone got a
ð recipe for doing it (needed reagents, activated groups on the matrix etc.) ð 

If you don't mind making a linkage which isn't permanent (i.e. will slowly 
leach over many months), you can join n-proplamine to CNBr-activated agarose. 
The activation step is unpleasant (dioxane & CNBr being toxic), but you can 
buy pre-activated agarose. The coupling is straight-forward. There should be 
many published protocols for this; I can look up an old one if you need. 

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