Further Reading

Axen R, Drevin H and Carlsson J (1975) Preparation of modified agarose gels containing thiol groups. Acta Chemica Scandinavica B27: 471-474. Azarkan M, Maes D, Bouckaert J, Thi M-HD, Wyns L and Looze Y (1996) Thiol pegylation facilitates purification of chymopapain leading to diffraction studies at 1.4 A resolution. Journal of Chromatography A 749: 69-72.

Brocklehurst K (1982) Two-protonic state electro-philes as probes of enzyme mechanism. Methods in Enzymology 87C: 427-469.

Brocklehurst K (1996) Covalent chromatography by thiol-disulfide interchange using solid-phase alkyl 2-pyridyl disulfides. In Price NC (ed.) Protein Labfax. pp. 65-71. Oxford, UK: Bios; San Diego, USA: Academic Press.

Brocklehurst K, Carlsson J, Kierstan MPJ and Crook EM (1974) Covalent chromatography by thiol-disulphide interchange. Methods in Enzymology 34: 531-544.

Brocklehurst K, Carlsson J and Kierstan MPJ (1985) Covalent chromatography in biochemistry and biotechnology. Topics in Enzyme and Fermentation Biotechnology 10: 146-188.

Y. D. Clonis, Laboratory Enzyme Technology, Department of Agricultural Biotechnology, Agricultural University of Athens, Athens, Greece

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