affinity chromatography
noun Date: 1970 chromatography in which a macromolecule (as a protein) is isolated and purified by passing it in solution through a column treated with a substance having a ligand for which the macromolecule has an affinity that causes it to be retained on the column

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  • affinity chromatography — Chromatography in which the immobile phase (bed material) has a specific biological affinity for the substance to be separated or isolated, such as the affinity of an antibody for its antigen, or an enzyme for a substrate analogue …   Dictionary of molecular biology

  • affinity chromatography — noun : chromatography in which a macromolecule (as a protein) is isolated and purified by passing it in solution through a column that has been treated with a substance having a ligand for which the macromolecule has an affinity that causes it to …   Useful english dictionary

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  • metal affinity chromatography — A chromatographic technique, in which a compound interacting with a specific metal ion can be captured by immobilizing the relevant ion on the column s solid matrix …   Glossary of Biotechnology

  • pseudo-affinity chromatography — A chromatographic technique in which a ligand is immobilized selectively to retain enzymes or other proteins …   Glossary of Biotechnology

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