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High impact information on Adsorption


Biological context of Adsorption


Anatomical context of Adsorption


Associations of Adsorption with chemical compounds

  • Enrichment for nonadherent mutants was accomplished by successive adsorptions of the adherent strains to saliva-coated hydroxyapatite [11].
  • The extent to which surfactant components including the main component, dipalmitoylphosphatidylcholine (DPPC), are adsorbed into the monolayer, and how surfactant protein SP-A affects their adsorptions, is not clear [12].
  • In the absence of apoA-1, the adsorptions of PC and cholesterol at the interface from the triolein phase are cooperative, showing large lateral attractive interactions between the PC molecules and the cholesterol molecules in the monolayer [13].
  • Use of polyethylene glycol for performing autologous adsorptions [14].
  • In batch single-protein adsorptions, the protein adsorption capacity decreased with increasing molecular size and number of accessible surface histidine residues [lysozyme>bovine serum albumin(BSA)>gamma-globulin], while the binding strength order was the opposite (gamma-globulin>BSA>lysozyme) [15].

Gene context of Adsorption

  • In this study, the inflammatory cytokines, TNF-alpha and IL-6, in fetal bovine serum (FBS) bound to a heparin-agarose beads (heparin beads)-column and the adsorptions were competitively inhibited on addition of heparin in a concentration-dependent manner [16].
  • The ABO-antibodies were readily removed by the antigen-specific immunoadsorption and were kept at a low level posttransplantation by further adsorptions [17].
  • The adsorptions of bovine serum albumin, lysozyme, and alpha-chymotrypsin to the hydrophobic support were accompanied by large unfoldings of ordered structures [18].
  • Third, conventional and PEG one-cell sample allogeneic adsorptions of WAIHA patients' sera with and without alloantibodies were performed and compared [19].
  • With increasing ratio of hydrogen-bonded urea carbonyl groups in Q-M-PAEUU, the adsorptions of BSA, bovine serum gamma-globulin (B gamma G), and bovine plasma fibrinogen (BPF) were decreased, but the degree of denaturation of adsorbed proteins was increased [20].


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