Further Reading

Hanstein WG (1979) Chaotropic ions and their interactions with proteins. Journal of Solid-Phase Biochemistry 4: 189-206.

HjertenS (1981) Hydrophobic interaction chromatography of proteins, nucleic acids, viruses, and cells on noncha-rged amphiphilic gels. Methods of Biochemical Analyses 27: 89-108.

Jennissen HP and Heilmeyer Jr LMG (1975) General aspects of hydrophobic chromatography. Adsorption and elution characteristics of some skeletal muscle enzymes. Biochemistry 14: 754-760.

Jennissen HP (1988) General aspects of protein adsorption. Makromolecular Chemistry, Macromolecular Symposia 17: 111-134.

Jennissen HP (2000) Hydrophobic (interaction) chromatography. In: Vijayalakshmi MA (ed.). Theory and Practice of Biochromatography. Amsterdam: Har-wood Academic Publishers. In press.

OscarssonS, Angulo-Tatis D, Chaga G and Porath J (1995) Amphiphilic agarose/based adsorbents for chromatogra-phy. Comparative study of adsorption capacities and desorption efficiencies. Journal of Chromatography A 689: 3-12.

Porath J, Sundberg L, Fornstedt N and Olsson I. (1973) Salting-out in amphiphilic gels as a new approach to hydrophobic adsorption. Nature 245: 465-466.

Shaltiel S (1974) Hydrophobic chromatography. Methods in Enzymology 34: 126-140.

Shaltiel S (1984) Hydrophobic chromatography. Methods in Enzymology 104: 69-96.

Yon RJ (1977) Recent developments in protein chromatog-raphy involving hydrophobic interactions. International Journal of Biochemistry 9: 373-379.

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