Sepharose

Trade-name for a gel of agarose in bead form from which charged polysaccharides have been removed. Used in gel filtration columns.

Sepharose

Trade name for a gel of agarose in bead form from which charged polysaccharides have been removed. Used in gel filtration columns. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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Sepharose

Sepharose is a tradename for a crosslinked, beaded-form of agarose, a polysaccharide polymer material extracted from seaweed. Iodoacetyl functional groups can be added to selectively bind cysteine side chains and this method is often used to immobilize peptides. Its brand name is derived from Separation-Pharmacia-Agarose. A common application for ...
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