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- Analytical Ultracentrifugation, Volume 562
- Ultracentrifugation basics and applications
Analytical Ultracentrifugation, Volume 562
Analytical Ultracentrifugation , the latest volume in Methods in Enzymology, focuses on analytical ultracentrifugation. The scope of this technique has greatly expanded in recent years due to advances in instrumentation, algorithms and software. This volume describes the latest innovations in the field and in the applications of analytical ultracentrifugation in the analysis of macromolecules, macromolecular assemblies, and biopharmaceuticals. The intended audience includes: biophysicists interested in macromolecular interactions, thermodynamics and hydrodynamics, biochemists and molecular biologists who wish to use analytical ultracentrifugation, and researchers in the biotechnology industry who are interested in the applications of analytical ultracentrifugation in characterization of biopharmaceuticals. Praise for the Series: "Should be on the shelves of all libraries in the world as a whole collection. Cole received a Sc.
Ultracentrifugation basics and applications
Overview DOI: Biological centrifugation is a process that uses centrifugal force to separate and purify mixtures of biological particles in a liquid medium. It is a key technique for isolating and analyzing cells, subcellular fractions, supramolecular complexes,. It is a key technique for isolating and analyzing cells, subcellular fractions, supramolecular complexes, and isolated macromolecules such as proteins or nucleic acids. The development of the first analytical ultracentrifuge by Svedberg in the late s and the technical refinement of the preparative centrifugation technique by Claude and colleagues in the s positioned centrifugation technology at the center of biological and biomedical research for many decades.
Both classes of instruments find important uses in molecular biology , biochemistry , and polymer science. In Theodor Svedberg built a centrifuge capable of generating 7, g at 12, rpm , and called it the ultracentrifuge, to juxtapose it with the Ultramicroscope that had been developed previously. In Svedberg constructed a new ultracentrifuge that permitted fields up to , g 42, rpm. It was his contribution of the vacuum which allowed a reduction in friction generated at high speeds. Vacuum systems also enabled the maintenance of constant temperature across the sample, eliminating convection currents that interfered with the interpretation of sedimentation results. But even with the enhanced design, sales of analytical centrifuges remained low, and Spinco almost went bankrupt.
Ultracentrifugation is a specialized technique used to spin samples at exceptionally high speeds. Current ultracentrifuges can spin to as much as rotations per minute rpm equivalent to 1 g Biocompare, b. Centrifugation , and ultracentrifugation, is nowadays, at the core of the laboratory routine. Benchtop centrifuges are essential devices in any biology or chemistry laboratory, and they are used on a day-to-day basis in a wide range of experimental protocols, from concentrating solutions to isolating cells and subcellular components. In biology, the development of ultracentrifugation in the early s, widened the possibilities of scientific research to the subcellular level, allowing for the differential separation of cellular components, such as organelles, lipid membranes, and even to purify proteins and ribonucleic acids DNA and RNA.
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