Anion Exchange Resins: High-molecular-weight insoluble polymers that contain functional cationic groups capable of undergoing exchange reactions with anions.Ion Exchange Resins: High molecular weight, insoluble polymers which contain functional groups that are capable of undergoing exchange reactions (ION EXCHANGE) with either cations or anions.Cation Exchange Resins: High molecular weight insoluble polymers which contain functional anionic groups that are capable of undergoing exchange reactions with cations.Epichlorohydrin: A chlorinated epoxy compound used as an industrial solvent. It is a strong skin irritant and carcinogen.Resins, Synthetic: Polymers of high molecular weight which at some stage are capable of being molded and then harden to form useful components.Diphenhydramine: A histamine H1 antagonist used as an antiemetic, antitussive, for dermatoses and pruritus, for hypersensitivity reactions, as a hypnotic, an antiparkinson, and as an ingredient in common cold preparations. It has some undesired antimuscarinic and sedative effects.Anions: Negatively charged atoms, radicals or groups of atoms which travel to the anode or positive pole during electrolysis.Chromatography, Ion Exchange: Separation technique in which the stationary phase consists of ion exchange resins. The resins contain loosely held small ions that easily exchange places with other small ions of like charge present in solutions washed over the resins.Pinus ponderosa: A plant species of the genus PINUS that contains isocupressic acid.Polystyrenes: Polymerized forms of styrene used as a biocompatible material, especially in dentistry. They are thermoplastic and are used as insulators, for injection molding and casting, as sheets, plates, rods, rigid forms and beads.Resins, Plant: Flammable, amorphous, vegetable products of secretion or disintegration, usually formed in special cavities of plants. They are generally insoluble in water and soluble in alcohol, carbon tetrachloride, ether, or volatile oils. They are fusible and have a conchoidal fracture. They are the oxidation or polymerization products of the terpenes, and are mixtures of aromatic acids and esters. Most are soft and sticky, but harden after exposure to cold. (From Grant & Hackh's Chemical Dictionary, 5th ed & Dorland, 28th ed)Composite Resins: Synthetic resins, containing an inert filler, that are widely used in dentistry.Acrylic Resins

Modification of chitosan to improve its hypocholesterolemic capacity. (1/88)

Cholestyramine is the most widely used bile acid sequestrant in the treatment of hypercholesterolemia. However, cholestyramine has unpleasant side effects as a consequence of its hydrophobic backbone. Therefore, high-capacity bile acid sequestering biopolymers with cationic chitosan derivatives were developed, because electrostatic interactions are important for binding with bile acid anions. Dialkylaminoalkylation and reductive amination of chitosan were done to add dialkylaminoalkyl and an additional free amino group at a hydroxyl site in the chitosan backbone respectively and the amino-derivatized chitosan derivatives were quaternized with methyl iodide to produce a cationic polyelectrolyte. The in vitro bile acid binding capacity of the chitosan derivatives in aqueous NaCl was measured by reversed-phase HPLC. The binding capacities of sodium glycocholate (a major bile acid) to chitosan, DEAE-chitosan, quaternized DEAE-chitosan, and cholestyramine were 1.42, 3.12, 4.06, and 2.78 mmol/g resin, respectively. With quaternized DEAE-chitosan, the bile acid binding capacity increased approximately 50% over that of cholestyramine. The bile acid binding capacity of dialkylaminoalkyl chitosan derivatives increased with the number of carbons in the alkyl groups, indicating that hydrophobic interaction is a secondary factor for the sequestration of bile acids.  (+info)

Combined biochemical and electron microscopic analyses reveal the architecture of the mammalian U2 snRNP. (2/88)

The 17S U2 small nuclear ribonucleoprotein particle (snRNP) represents the active form of U2 snRNP that binds to the pre-mRNA during spliceosome assembly. This particle forms by sequential interactions of splicing factors SF3b and SF3a with the 12S U2 snRNP. We have purified SF3b and the 15S U2 snRNP, an intermediate in the assembly pathway, from HeLa cell nuclear extracts and show that SF3b consists of four subunits of 49, 130, 145, and 155 kD. Biochemical analysis indicates that both SF3b and the 12S U2 snRNP are required for the incorporation of SF3a into the 17S U2 snRNP. Nuclease protection studies demonstrate interactions of SF3b with the 5' half of U2 small nuclear RNA, whereas SF3a associates with the 3' portion of the U2 snRNP and possibly also interacts with SF3b. Electron microscopy of the 15S U2 snRNP shows that it consists of two domains in which the characteristic features of isolated SF3b and the 12S U2 snRNP are conserved. Comparison to the two-domain structure of the 17S U2 snRNP corroborates the biochemical results in that binding of SF3a contributes to an increase in size of the 12S U2 domain and possibly induces a structural change in the SF3b domain.  (+info)

Separation of nucleotide oligomers by unitary anion-exchange. (3/88)

This paper is the first report on the retention behavior of synthetic oligonucleotides and nucleotide oligomers on a continuous-bedmatrix, strong-anion-exchange column. The separation mechanism is predominantly an anion-exchange process, but hydrophobic interaction plays a role as well. The separation is based on the chain length of the oligonucleotide. Both the addition of organic mobile phase modifiers and changes in column temperature affect the retention of oligomers significantly. A volatile buffer system (e.g., triethylamine acetate) could be employed to purify oligonucleotides, and no desalting procedure would be required after the column separation step. The recoveries from the separation are 70% or higher. The maximum loading capacity of an analytical column (35 x 7-mm i.d.) was found to be more than 366 micrograms.  (+info)

Quantitation of intracellular triphosphate of emtricitabine in peripheral blood mononuclear cells from human immunodeficiency virus-infected patients. (4/88)

An analytical methodology combining solid-phase extraction (SPE) and high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) was developed to quantitate the intracellular active 5'-triphosphate (TP) of beta-L-2',3'-dideoxy-5-fluoro-3'-thiacytidine (emtricitabine) (FTC) in human peripheral blood mononuclear cells (PBMCs). The FTC nucleotides, including 5'-mono-, di-, and triphosphates, were successively resolved on an anion-exchange SPE cartridge by applying a gradient of potassium chloride. The FTC-TP was subsequently digested to release the parent nucleoside that was finally analyzed by HPLC with UV detection (HPLC-UV). Validation of the methodology was performed by using PBMCs from healthy donors exposed to an isotopic solution of [(3)H]FTC with known specific activity, leading to the formation of intracellular FTC-TP that was quantitated by an anion-exchange HPLC method with radioactive detection. These levels of FTC-TP served as reference values and were used to validate the data obtained by HPLC-UV. The assay had a limit of quantitation of 4. 0 pmol of FTC-TP (amount on column from approximately 10(7) cells). Intra-assay precision (coefficient of variation percentage of repeated measurement) and accuracy (percentage deviation of the nominal reference value), estimated by using quality control samples at 16.2, 60.7, and 121.5 pmol, ranged from 1.3 to 3.3% and -1.0 to 4. 8%, respectively. Interassay precision and accuracy varied from 3.0 to 10.2% and from 2.5 to 6.7%, respectively. This methodology was successfully applied to the determination of FTC-TP in PBMCs of patients infected with human immunodeficiency virus after oral administration of various dosing regimens of FTC monotherapy.  (+info)

The use of histological techniques for the demonstration of ion exchange resins. (5/88)

AIM: To establish the staining characteristics of certain ion exchange resins in histological material, with a view to enabling confident differential identification. METHODS: Various histological staining procedures were applied to selected pathological material and prepared agar blocks containing the cation exchange resin calcium polystyrene sulphonate and the anion exchange resin cholestyramine. RESULTS: Calcium polystyrene sulphonate uniquely stained strongly by a direct Schiff's reagent procedure without any preoxidation and by the Ziehl-Neelsen method. Cholestyramine was negative by the former method but stained strongly with a standard Congo red technique. CONCLUSIONS: These staining results are consistent with the known structure and properties of polystyrene sulphonate and cholestyramine resins. Polystyrene sulphonate resins have the virtually pathognomonic feature of direct Schiff positivity, while morphology, location, and strong non-birefringent Congo red positivity facilitate the identification of cholestyramine. It is possible that the intrinsic staining characteristics of cholestyramine may be lost once it has bound to its target.  (+info)

An analytical system for rapid separation of tissue nucleotides at low pressures on conventional anion exchangers. (6/88)

An analytical anion-exchange procedure has been developed for the rapid separation of acid-soluble nucleotides (the so-called "free" or tissue nucleotides). It permits assay at low pressures (275-415 kPa; 40-60 psi) in less than 1 h on 10-cm columns of Aminex resins (conventional styrene-type anion exchangers) with alkaline citrate solutions as the eluent. Separation variables have been investigated, to determine optimum conditions for the routine analysis of samples containing tissue nucleotides. Also described here is a simple solvent-extraction procedure for removing HCIO4 or CCI3CO2H quantitatively from cell extracts that contain acid-soluble nucleotides: they are removed from aqueous acid solutions with a water-insoluble amine dissolved in a water-immiscible solvent.  (+info)

Analysis of the physicochemical interactions between Clostridium difficile toxins and cholestyramine using liquid chromatography with post-column derivatization. (7/88)

A potential therapy for antibiotic-associated pseudomembranous colitis is to bind Clostridium difficile toxins A and B using cholestyramine, a hydrophobic anion exchange medium. Frontal analysis in isotonic phosphate buffer was studied using post-column derivatization with o-phthalaldehyde, which gave a highly sensitive (> or =30 ng) flow-through analysis. Following load (1.5-3.0 microg toxin/3.6 mg), toxin A was bound at a slightly higher capacity than B, due to slower kinetics. A salt gradient eluted roughly 20% of bound toxin A with 0.6 M NaCl and toxin B with 1.1 M NaCl, hence toxin A showed weaker electrostatic affinity. The remainder of toxin A (65%) and some of toxin B (10% out of 50%) were eluted using a subsequent gradient to 60% acetonitrile in normal saline, which measured predominantly hydrophobic binding. Low and high affinity populations of both toxins were observed. Glycocholic acid or amino acids were competitive binders, although these components had little effect on the toxin A population bound primarily through ionic interactions. Competitive protein constituents in hamster cecal contents were also profiled. These results help to explain the variable clinical response in using cholestyramine to treat colitis. Using quaternary amine-polyhydroxymethacrylate (PHM) ion exchange chromatography, a trend for increased binding at higher pH was observed, especially for toxin A. Binding to strong cation exchange resins (sulfonate-PHM) was not observed. A range of reversed phase media retained both toxins, although recovery was very poor relative to protein standards. Size exclusion chromatography with light scattering detection showed that toxin B exists in different aggregation states, while toxin A remains monomeric.  (+info)

Liquid-chromatographic analysis for neutral carbohydrates in serum glycoproteins. (8/88)

We describe a sensitive, reproducible procedure of analysis for the six neutral carbohydrates in glycoproteins, by high-resolution anion-exchange chromatography. As many as 16 neutral carbohydrates can be separated by elution with a concentration gradient of boric acid (pH 7, 67 to 672 mmol/liter). The carbohydrates are detected with a cerate oxidimetric detector system, which monitors the fluorescence of Ce3+ produced by the reaction of the eluted constituents with Ce4+. Sensitivity to 1 nmol of fucose is demonstrated. Analytical methods and results are presented for mannose, fucose, and galactose in serum glycoproteins for both normal women and those with metastatic breast cancer. We briefly discuss the possibility of separating and analyzing for the three neutral carbohydrates in serum glycoproteins in 4 h by isocratic (constant eluent concentration) elution from a chromatographic column.  (+info)

*Colestyramine

It is a strong ion exchange resin, which means it can exchange its chloride anions with anionic bile acids in the ... The functional group of the anion exchange resin is a quaternary ammonium group attached to an inert styrene-divinylbenzene ... gastrointestinal tract and bind them strongly in the resin matrix. ...

*Caesium auride

... in liquid ammonia it can be reacted with a caesium-specific ion exchange resin to produce tetramethylammonium auride. Kienast, ... Au−, a Solvated Transition Metal Anion Jansen, Martin (2005-11-30). "Effects of relativistic motion of electrons on the ... Jansen, Martin (2008). "The chemistry of gold as an anion". Chemical Society Reviews. 37 (9): 1826-1835. doi:10.1039/B708844M ...

*Anion-exchange chromatography

Anion exchange resins will bind to negatively charged molecules, displacing the counter-ion. Anion exchange chromatography is ... Anion-exchange chromatography is a process that separates substances based on their charges using an ion-exchange resin ... If it is stable at pH values above the pI then the anion exchange column can be used. Lee, Y.C. (1990). "High-performance Anion ... The stability of the protein at values above or below the pI, will determine if an anion exchange column or cation exchange ...

*Scandium-44

44Ti is adsorbed onto column filled with anion-exchange resin. 44Sc is eluted with 20 mL of 0.005M H2C2O4/0.07M HCl solution. ... The eluate is directly post-processed on miniaturized column filled with cation-exchange resin where 44Sc is quantitatively ...

*N-Nitrosodimethylamine

Further, NDMA can form or be leached during treatment of water by anion exchange resins. Finally, NDMA is found at low levels ...

*Ion chromatography

Positively charged molecules bind to anion exchange resins while negatively charged molecules bind to cation exchange resins. ... "Anion-Exchange Chromatography of Phosphopeptides: Weak Anion Exchange versus Strong Anion Exchange and Anion-Exchange ... 6 arginines for binding to a cation-exchange resin or 6 glutamates for binding to an anion-exchange resin such as DEAE- ... Some examples of functional groups of strong ion exchange resins are quaternary ammonium (Q), which is an anion exchanger, and ...

*Counterion

Complementarily, anion exchange resins are typically provided in the form of chloride, which is a highly mobile couteranion. ... Ion exchange resins are polymers with a net negative or positive charge. Cation exchange resins consist of an anionic polymer ... The solubility of cations in organic solvents can be enhanced when the anion is lipophilic. Similarly, the solubility of anions ... borate is the lithium salt of a highly lipophilic tetraarylborate anion, often referred to as a weakly coordinating anion. ...

*Grainger challenge

... was awarded to Arup K Sengupta for his invention and implementation of ArsenXnp hybrid anion exchange (HAIX) resin. The ...

*Arsenic contamination of groundwater

Traditional anion exchange resins are effective in removing As(V), but not As(III), or arsenic trioxide, which doesn't have a ... Ion exchange and activated alumina have been considered but not commonly used. Chaff-based filters have been reported to reduce ... Ion exchange has long been used as a water softening process, although usually on a single-home basis. ... Effective long-term ion exchange removal of arsenic requires a trained operator to maintain the column. Both Reverse osmosis ...

*Ion-exchange resin

Anion resins and cation resins are the two most common resins used in the ion-exchange process. While anion resins attract ... An ion-exchange resin or ion-exchange polymer is a resin or polymer that acts as a medium for ion exchange. It is an insoluble ... Cations are replaced with hydrogen ions using cation-exchange resins; anions are replaced with hydroxyls using anion-exchange ... There are multiple types of ion-exchange resin. Most commercial resins are made of polystyrene sulfonate. Ion-exchange resins ...

*Dealkalization of water

A dealkalizer contains strong base anion exchange resin that exchanges chloride (the Cl ion of the NaCl) for carbonate, ... As water passes through the anion resin the carbonate, bicarbonate and sulfate ions are exchanged for chloride ions. "Higher ... In the case of a water softener, the cation exchange resin is exchanging sodium (the Na ion of NaCl) for hardness minerals such ... Chloride cycle anion ion exchange dealkalizers remove alkalinity from water. Chloride cycle dealkalizers operate similar to ...

*Ultrapure water

... readily measurable species to be released by a spent anion exchange resin and is therefore used as the trigger for anion resin ... The conductivity of cation exchange effluent is always quite high due to the presence of anions and hydrogen ion and therefore ... The anion analysis for seven most common inorganic anions (sulfate, chloride, fluoride, phosphate, nitrite, nitrate, and ... polishing using either ion exchange resins or electrodeionization (EDI) and finally filtration or ultrafiltration. Some systems ...

*Liver support systems

... an anion-exchange resin. The albumin solution is then ready to initiate another detoxifying cycle of the patient's blood that ... filled with activated charcoal and ion exchange resins. At present, there are two artificial extracorporeal liver support ... is that the drug or poison must be susceptible to be dialysed and removed by activated charcoal or anionic exchange resins. ...

*Protein tag

... a peptide binding efficiently to anion-exchange resin such as Mono-Q (EEEEEE) E-tag, a peptide recognized by an antibody ( ...

*List of MeSH codes (D16)

... ion exchange resins MeSH D27.720.470.420.050 --- anion exchange resins MeSH D27.720.470.420.275 --- cation exchange resins MeSH ...

*Protein purification

Anion exchange resins have a positive charge and are used to retain and separate negatively charged compounds (anions), while ... solute molecules will exchange with the buffer ions as each competes for the binding sites on the resin. The length of ... which frequently utilizes application specific resins. These resins have ligands attached to their surfaces which are specific ... Ion exchange chromatography is a very powerful tool for use in protein purification and is frequently used in both analytical ...

*Base (chemistry)

KCN Anion exchange resins Charcoal that has been treated at 900 degrees Celsius or activates with N2O, NH3, ZnCl2-NH4Cl-CO2 ... Lithium monoxide anion (LiO−) (This is the fourth strongest Superbase) Butyl lithium (n-C4H9Li) Lithium diisopropylamide (LDA ...

*Hydroxycarbamide

Hydroxyurea has also been prepared by converting a quaternary ammonium anion exchange resin from the chloride form to the ... cyanate form with sodium cyanate and reacting the resin in the cyanate form with hydroxylamine hydrochloride. This method of ...

*Mendelevium

... who would use aqua regia to dissolve it and pass it through an anion-exchange resin column to separate out the transuranium ... The actinide elution sequence is reversed from that of the cation-exchange resin column, so that the heavier actinides elute ... There Thompson and Choppin used a cation-exchange resin column and the α-hydroxyisobutyric acid. The solution drops were ... Mendelevium can finally be separated from the other trivalent actinides using selective elution from a cation-exchange resin ...

*Trimethylamine

... strongly basic anion exchange resins, dye leveling agents and a number of basic dyes. Gas sensors to test for fish freshness ...

*Nuclear forensics

The anionic actinide complexes are retained by anion exchange sites that are on the resin and neutral species pass through the ... typically by changing the mobile phase passed through the resin bed. Anion exchange-based separations of actinides, while ... Anion exchange separation methods are widely used in the purification of actinides and actinide bearing materials through the ...

*Actinium

An alternative procedure is anion exchange with an appropriate resin in nitric acid, which can result in a separation factor of ... Actinium can then be separated from radium, with a ratio of about 100, using a low cross-linking cation exchange resin and ...

*Bile acid sequestrant

... s are polymeric compounds that serve as ion-exchange resins. Bile acid sequestrants exchange anions such ... The bile acid sequestrants are a group of resins used to bind certain components of bile in the gastrointestinal tract. They ... The bile-acid-binding resins can raise triglycerides modestly (about 5%) and cannot be used if the triglycerides are elevated. ... Three drugs are members of this class; all are synthetic polymeric resins: Cholestyramine (Generic and various propriety names ...

*Ion exchange

Alkali anion exchange membrane Ion Ion chromatography Ion-exchange membranes Ion-exchange resin Mischissin, Stephen G. (7 ... and cation-exchange resins, or passing the treated solution through several different ion-exchange materials. Ion exchanges can ... Most ion-exchange systems contain containers of ion-exchange resin that are operated on a cyclic basis. During the filtration ... In this technique anions and cations in salt water are exchanged for carbonate anions and calcium cations respectively using ...

*Sulfolane

... and anion-cation exchange resin columns. Sulfolane is also added to hydrofluoric acid as a vapor suppressant, commonly for use ...

*Glass electrode

... his theory allows a rigorous analytical way to connect the electrode properties of glasses and ion-exchange resins with their ... the dependence of the electrode on pH becomes non-linear and the influence of the anions in the solution also becomes ... now the Nikolsky-Shultz-Eisenman thermodynamic ion-exchange theory of GE. This fact is important because ion-exchange theory ... Because of the ion-exchange nature of the glass membrane, it is possible for some other ions to concurrently interact with ion- ...

*Einsteinium

It is usually followed by anion-exchange chromatography using 6 molar HCl as eluant. A cation-exchange resin column (Dowex-50 ... Separation of trivalent actinides from lanthanide fission products can be done by a cation-exchange resin column using a 90% ... The actinide elution sequence is reversed from that of the cation-exchange resin column. The einsteinium separated by this ... In this case, isolation of einsteinium is a tedious procedure which involves several repeating steps of cation exchange, at ...
The Strongly Basic Anion Exchange Resin is the type of ion exchange resin with functional group of quaternary ammonium. T his type of resins are capable of exchange the different anion ions under wide range of PH, and are mainly used for water demineraliz
The counteranion exchange of quaternary 1,2,3-triazolium salts was examined using a simple method that permitted halide ions to be swap for a variety of anions using an anion exchange resin (A¯ form). The method was applied to 1,2,3-triazolium-based ionic liquids and the iodideto- anion exchange proceeded in excellent to quantitative yields, concomitantly removing halide impurities. Additionally, an anion exchange resin (N3¯ form) was used to obtain the benzyl azide from benzyl halide under mild reaction. Likewise, following a similar protocol, bis(azidomethyl)arenes were also synthesized in excellent yields. The results of a proton NMR spectroscopic study of simple azolium-based ion pairs are discussed, with attention focused on the significance of the charged-assisted ( ...
Perfluorooctane sulfonate (PFOS) has been detected widely in the natural water matrix and is persistent, bioaccumulative, and toxic. To prevent the adverse effects of PFOS contamination on human health and the environment, effective removal techniques are needed. Adsorption is considered an effective technique for PFOS removal. In this study, five anion exchange resins and granular activated carbon (GAC) were examined to evaluate their performance for the removal of PFOS in both batch and column experiments. Experimental adsorption data for all of the adsorbents exhibited a high correlation with the Freundlich isotherm (R2 = 0.95 - 0.98). Most of the anion exchange resins demonstrated a higher adsorption capacity than the GAC. PFA300 had the highest adsorption capacity (455 mg/g). Continuous adsorption of PFOS was performed in column experiments using the same adsorbents that had been used in the batch experiments. The experimental breakthrough curves were set at C/C0 = 0.1. PFA300 showed the ...
Use UNOsphere strong anion exchange resin for efficient biopharmaceutical molecule capture from crude feedstreams. Polymer with ultrahigh binding capacities.
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This product is styrene and divinyl benzene cross linked copolymer matrix with quaternary amine N(CH3)30H anion exchange resin. Its basicity is equal to strong bases. It has the features of good mechanical strength and high heat resistance....
QIAGEN-tips contain a unique, patented anion-exchange resin which eliminates the need for expensive equipment and reagents such as ultracentrifuges, HPLC/FPLC‚ or CsCl. Toxic and mutagenic substances such as phenol, chloroform, and ethidium bromide are also not required. Plasmid purification on QIAGEN resin is based on the interaction between negatively charged phosphates of the DNA backbone and positively charged DEAE groups on the surface of the resin (see figure |a href=/ca/resources/technologies/plasmid-resource-center/qiagen anion-exchange resin/images/chemical structure of positively charged deae groups of qiagen resin/>Chemical structure of positively charged DEAE groups of QIAGEN resin|/a>). The salt concentration and pH conditions of the buffers used determine whether DNA is bound or eluted from the column. The key advantage of QIAGEN anion-exchange resin arises from its exceptionally high charge density. The resin consists of defined silica beads with a particle size of 100 µm, a
QIAGEN-tips contain a unique, patented anion-exchange resin which eliminates the need for expensive equipment and reagents such as ultracentrifuges, HPLC/FPLC‚ or CsCl. Toxic and mutagenic substances such as phenol, chloroform, and ethidium bromide are also not required. Plasmid purification on QIAGEN resin is based on the interaction between negatively charged phosphates of the DNA backbone and positively charged DEAE groups on the surface of the resin (see figure |a href=/nl/resources/technologies/plasmid-resource-center/qiagen anion-exchange resin/images/chemical structure of positively charged deae groups of qiagen resin/>Chemical structure of positively charged DEAE groups of QIAGEN resin|/a>). The salt concentration and pH conditions of the buffers used determine whether DNA is bound or eluted from the column. The key advantage of QIAGEN anion-exchange resin arises from its exceptionally high charge density. The resin consists of defined silica beads with a particle size of 100 µm, a large
Improved separations of xylose, mannose, galactose, arabinose, glucose, xylitol, arabitol; sorbitol, galactitol, or mannitol (and other monosaccharides and sugar alcohols) from other sugars and sugar alcohols may be achieved by chromatography over hydroxyl-form anion exchange surfaces prepared from anion exchange resins at relatively low hydroxyl concentrations. When a strong base anion exchange resin, such as a chloride-form strong base anion exchange resin, is conditioned with a low concentration of hydroxyl (for example, an NaOH solution with a concentration between 0.1 and 1000 mM, most preferably between 1 and 10 mM), the conditioned resin separates a number of sugars and sugar alcohols from one another, while still allowing ready desorption from the resin.
The present invention relates to iodine demand disinfectants. It relates in particular to a process for preparing a polyiodide-resin for use as an iodine demand disinfectant wherein a porous strong base anion exchange resin in a salt form, is contacted with a material capable of donating a member absorbable by the resin so as to convert the resin to the polyiodide-resin. The adsorbable member is selected from the group comprising I2 and polyiodide ion having a valence of -1. The process is characterized in that conversion of the anion exchange resin to the polyiodide-resin is effected at elevated temperature and elevated pressure, the elevated temperature being 100 degrees C or higher, the elevated pressure being greater than atmospheric pressure. The present invention also relates to disinfectant substance comprising an iodine (impregnated) resin as produced by the above process.
Kinetic and equilibrium models for the isotherm adsorption of thiosulfate and polyhionate on resin have been developed using mechanistic approach. The models can be used to predict amount of species adsorbed on resin over time and at the equilibrium. Experimental work has been done, and the results are used to validate the models. Lagergren, Ho and Freundlich models are addressed in the results to challenge the developed models. As the results, parameters needed for the isotherm adsorption model are established. Overall, the model-based results are in a good agreement with the experimental results.. ...
Nanocomposite sorbents are an emerging technology for drinking water treatment of multiple pollutants. Here, we used anticipatory life cycle assessment to proactively guide sustainable development of nanocomposite sorbents by comparing synthesis methods and treatment options, identifying critical steps in de Sustainable Nanotechnology Organization 2015
Prior art available in the literature is about the recovery of extraction solvent from degraded lean solvent stream. However, IIP has developed adsorption process for removal of salt from aqueous NMP. In this process aqueous NMP is first treated with a conditioned anion exchange resin to remove chlorides and any acidity. This is followed by treatment with cation exchange resin to remove added alkalinity. But this process does not work when salt content levels are higher than 5000 ppm. Moreover, additional infrastructure i.e. ion exchange columns are needed for this route. But present invention deals with altogether different problem i.e. recovery of extraction solvent from highly concentrated brine solution. To date no solution of such problem is discussed in the open literature. Also no patent is available. The present invention is a new idea generated in our laboratory ...
Learn more about a strategy to expand viable and undifferentiated hASCs in this application note. A significant quantity of mesenchymal stem cells were generated for research and future cellular therapeutic approaches using the Corning HYPERFlask® vessel and via cells injected or inoculated into the Corning CellSTACK®.
A broad and simple method permitted halide ions in quaternary heteroaromatic and ammonium salts to be exchanged for a variety of anions using an anion exchange resin (A− form) in non-aqueous media. The anion loading of the AER (OH− form) was examined using two different anion sources, acids or ammonium salts, and changing the polarity of the solvents. The AER (A− form) method in organic solvents was then applied to several quaternary heteroaromatic salts and ILs, and the anion exchange proceeded in excellent to quantitative yields, concomitantly removing halide impurities. Relying on the hydrophobicity of the targeted ion pair for the counteranion swap, organic solvents with variable polarity were used, such as CH3OH, CH3CN and the dipolar nonhydroxylic solvent mixture CH3CN:CH2Cl2 (3:7) and the anion exchange was equally successful with both lipophilic cations and anions.
Purolite® A860, Type 1 Macroporous Acrylic Strong Base Anion Resin, Chloride Form is a macroporous type 1 strong base anion exchange resin with an acrylic matrix. The acrylic matrix ensures excellent removal of organic matter from a wate
Load fractions containing protein of interest on Q-Sepharose column. This column is an anion exchange resin similar to the Mono-Q FPLC (Pharmacia) resin and can be used to directly scale up from the Mono-Q column. A bed volume of approximately 130 ml was used for purification of large amounts of protein (ie. preps from 100 l of cells), however, this size of column requires a large gradient volume of 5.2 l. On the large column sample loadings of between 15 and 25 mls were used (sample concentration approximately 10 mg/ml). A gradient elution with buffers: Buffer A = 0.1% Zwit 3-14, 20 mM MOPS pH=7.5, 10% methanol; Buffer B = same as A with 1.0 M NaCl. Run at a flow rate of 6 ml/min. The gradient profile was linear from 0 to 45% buffer B for the first 30% of the run followed by a plateau of 45% B for an additional 30% of the run, then increasing linearly (in approximately 10% of total run) to 100% B to elute off any remaining sample. The porin proteins tend to elute in the last major peak before ...
SPE Part: 8B-S053-FBJ Strata™-XL-A 100 µm Polymeric Strong Anion, 200 mg / 3 mL, Tubes , 50/Pk Phase: Polymeric strong anion exchange Sorbent Type: Polymer-based Format: Tube Target Analytes: Weakly acidic compounds present in viscous samples
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A method for the removal of a substance carrying a negative charge and being present in an aqueous liquid (I). The method comprises the steps of: (i) contacting the liquid with a matrix carrying a plurality of ligands comprising a positively charged structure and a hydrophobic structure, and (ii) desorbing the substance. The characterizing feature is that (I) each of said ligands together with a spacer has the formula: -SP-[Ar-R1-N+(R2R3R4)] where (A) [Ar-R1-N+(R2R3R4)] represents a ligand a) Ar is an aromatic ring, b) R1 is [(L)nR′1]m where n and m are integers selected amongst zero or 1; L is amino nitrogen, ether oxygen or thioether sulphur; R′1 is a linker selected among 1) hydrocarbon groups; 2) -C(═NH)-; c) R2-4 are selected among hydrogen and alkyls; (B) SP is a spacer providing a carbon or a heteroatom directly attached to Ar-R1-N+(R2R3R4); (C)-represents that SP replaces a hydrogen in (Ar-R1-N+(R2R3R4); (D)-represents binding to the matrix; and (II) desorption. There is also described (a)
Column chromatography has evolved to provide a rapid and effective alternative to more laborious methods for preparing high-quality DNA, such as CsCl-gradient centrifugation. This unit describes the use of a column made of a unique anion-exchange resin that selectively binds nucleic acids, allowing rapid separation of DNA from contaminating RNA, proteins, carbohydrates, and metabolites. The procedure employs columns supplied by QIAGEN; other preparation methods are available from other suppliers. A crude nucleic acid sample (usually a cleared cell lysate) is applied to the QIAGEN tip under conditions that favor binding. Contaminants in the sample are washed from the column with a moderate-salt buffer, and DNA is eluted using a high-salt buffer. ...
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This invention relates to high ortho etherified resole resins. The resole resins are prepared by reacting under acidic conditions phenol with formaldehyde in the presence of a divalent electropositive metal. The resole resins are then etherified with an alcohol and dehydrated to less than 1 percent water. The novel high ortho etherified resole resins are useful in coating, bonding and adhesive compositions. Such resoles are readily curable with coreactive resins providing chemical and solvent resistance.
O. D. Bonner; Linda Lou Smith. A Selectivity Scale for Some Divalent Cations on Dowex 50. J. Phys. Chem. 1957, 61 (3), 326-329.. Ming-Jer Lee; Hsien-Tsung Wu; and Ho-mu Lin. Kinetics of Catalytic Esterification of Acetic Acid and Amyl Alcohol over Dowex. Ind. Eng. Chem. Res. 2000, 39 (11), 4094-4099.. Dowex is a registered Trademark of Dow Chemical Co. Strongly basic anion-exchange resin, 2% crosslinked, Cl- form, 50-100 mesh (dry). ...
Peptide-oligonucleotide conjugates were synthesized using two strategies: a mimetic signal peptide-conjugated oligonucleotide was assembled stepwise on CPG by using 2,2-dimethyl-3-hydroxypropionic acid as a linker. To solve the precipitation problem in the coupling reaction caused by the electrostatic interaction of arginine-rich peptides and oligonucleotide, oligonucleotides were absorbed on an anion-exchange resin, and then the on-resin fragment was applied for the conjugation with arginine-rich peptide. The peptide-antisense oligonucleotides showed permeability to the cell membrane of HepG-2 cells. ...
The MaxCyte® STX™ Scalable Transfection System uses a proprietary flow electroporation technology that can transfect up to 1E10 cells with target, reporter and protein expression plasmids, as well as other molecules, in less than 30 minutes. Transfected cells can be assayed immediately or cryopreserved for future use. Here we demonstrate the use of the MaxCyte STX system in coordination with Cornings ® HYPERFlask® Cell Culture Vessel to provide an efficient and economical solution for culturing large numbers of adherent CHO cells before and after transfection. The HYPERFlask Cell Culture Vessel features Cornings HYPER (High Yield PERformance) technology, which utilizes a gas permeable film to provide gas exchange between the internal culture environment and the external atmospheric environment. The unique, space-saving, 10-layer film design results in 1720 cm2 cell growth surface area, which is approximately 10 times that of a normal T-175 flask. We also show that cells transfected with a ...
... ,UltraPure™ Agarose resolves DNA and RNA fragments from 100 bp to >30 kb. UltraPure™ Agarose is a standard melting temperature multi-purpose agarose that is ideal for routine separation analysis. Its high gel strength specification ensures that gels will not break during handling nor d,medicine,medical supply,medical supplies,medical product
Column chromatography After the initial fractionation steps we move to column chromatography. The mixture of substances (proteins) to be fractionated is dissolved in a liquid or gaseous fluid called the mobile phase. This solution is passed through a column consisting of a porous solid matrix called the stationary phase. These are sometimes called resins when used in liquid chromatography. The stationary phase has certain physical and chemical characteristics that allow it to interact in various ways with different proteins. Common types of chromatographic stationary phases Ion exchange Hydrophobic Gel filtration Affinity
Ishihama Y., Schmidt T., Rappsilber J., Mann M., Hartl F.U., Kerner M.J., Frishman D.. BACKGROUND: Knowledge about the abundance of molecular components is an important prerequisite for building quantitative predictive models of cellular behavior. Proteins are central components of these models, since they carry out most of the fundamental processes in the cell. Thus far, protein concentrations have been difficult to measure on a large scale, but proteomic technologies have now advanced to a stage where this information becomes readily accessible. RESULTS: Here, we describe an experimental scheme to maximize the coverage of proteins identified by mass spectrometry of a complex biological sample. Using a combination of LC-MS/MS approaches with protein and peptide fractionation steps we identified 1103 proteins from the cytosolic fraction of the Escherichia coli strain MC4100. A measure of abundance is presented for each of the identified proteins, based on the recently developed emPAI approach ...
Laboratoire de Phytopathologie Moleculaire, URA CNRS 1128, Universite Paris-sud, Orsay, France.. A new Arabidopsis thaliana (ecotype Columbia) genomic library has been constructed in Yeast Artificial Chromosomes: the CIC library (for CEPH, INRA and CNRS). Optimization of plant culture conditions and protoplast preparation allowed the recovery of large amounts of viable protoplasts. Mechanical shearing of DNA was minimized by isolation of DNA from protoplasts embedded in agarose. Cloning of large inserts was favored by including two successive size fractionation steps (after partial EcoRI digestion and after ligation with the vector arms), which selected DNA fragments larger than 350 kb. The library consists of 1152 clones with an average insert size of 420 kb. Clones carrying chloroplast DNA and various nuclear repeated sequences have been identified. Twenty-one per cent of the clones are found to contain chloroplast DNA. Therefore, the library represents around four nuclear genome equivalents. ...
RUN series resins are a new type of nylon resins prepared by blending a reinforcing material densely into a base polymer alloy consisting of both crystalline and amorphous nylons. The RUN series resins are composite materials only of UNITIKA own that are improved in bending resistance and appearance, frequently found problems in conventional glass-reinforced resins, made available by UNITIKAs proprietary polymer alloying technology, and have well-balanced properties suitable for use in applications including the automobile, electric/electronic, and machinery parts ...
With the ice slowly melting between Inge and Olaf, "Sweet Land" turns into an unexpectedly sensuous affair, as Inge grows more confident in her new home and with her husband to be. Selim concentrates on the looks and silence between them, toying with the language barrier to create a more soulful way to express attraction. Actors Guinee and Reaser play their parts superbly, expressing romantic yearning, Midwestern bluntness and social frustration with the minimal dialog and movement. They bless "Sweet Land" with their hearts and enthusiasm, gracing the picture with a dramatic beauty that almost equals the scenery ...
Your fondness for ice-creams, cakes and chocolates may have nothing to do with taste buds, say researchers who claim that the human brain senses foods that are high in calories and
Researchers have figured out how a once-defeated bacterium has re-emerged to infect cotton in a battle that could sour much of the Texas and US crop. And it boils down to this: A smart bacteria with a sweet tooth.
Several exquisite stand-alone sequences are unsatisfactorily strung together on a thin cord of mother love in Marco Bellocchios latest.
Custom ultrapure monomers serve as an essential building block in the production of many medical devices and polymer enhanced drug entities. We can tailor to suit your needs.. ...
SEA Resins are used for efficient synthesis of long peptides through consecutive different ligation technologies performed in a one-pot assembly.
Biomedal offers a wide range of protein A and G ligands and resins which allow cost-efficient immunoglobulin capture and purification. Immobilized rProtein A and rProtein G exhibit strong IgG binding capacity. rProtein A and rProtein G Rapid Flow resins are compatible with FPLC systems and are also offered as ready-to-use prepacked columns.. Read more ...
Their tag line is Sweet Solution for Food Allergies and they are posted as Egg, Nut, Peanut and Dairy Free. They have also advised me of their sesame status and I have been very comfortable with their information on our phone conversations. Weve had a few of their products and they are very yummy (the icings are a bit sweet but a BIG hit at pre-schooler birthday parties ...
Washington: In a good news for those who cannot shun their drink and also have sweet tooth, scientists have discovered for the first time a liver hormone
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Our spirits were fractured and frayed yet still somehow buoyed, due to the end of this tour being deliciously nigh. All we have left are our obligations in Hamburg, Cottbus, Jena and Stuttgart, with two final shows to be played in Switzerland. Every night, Fiona leads the chants of "Five/Four/Three shows to go, five/four/three shows to go" accordingly, and we sing along with gusto, much to the annoyance of the driver. After our show in Jena, we decided to walk to the hotel as it wasnt far, and passing a "Southern Comfort" party bus and noticing that there was a karaoke competition taking place inside, I grabbed Mikes arm and forced our way on board. My patience being what it was, I pushed to the front of the queue in the manner only a stranger in a strange land can, and chose Sweet Child O Mine" from the first page that opened in the song list. Mike and I swapped lines like seasoned pros. Expecting to secure nothing but the ire of German Southern Comfort drinkers, imagine our astonishment ...
Our spirits were fractured and frayed yet still somehow buoyed, due to the end of this tour being deliciously nigh. All we have left are our obligations in Hamburg, Cottbus, Jena and Stuttgart, with two final shows to be played in Switzerland. Every night, Fiona leads the chants of "Five/Four/Three shows to go, five/four/three shows to go" accordingly, and we sing along with gusto, much to the annoyance of the driver. After our show in Jena, we decided to walk to the hotel as it wasnt far, and passing a "Southern Comfort" party bus and noticing that there was a karaoke competition taking place inside, I grabbed Mikes arm and forced our way on board. My patience being what it was, I pushed to the front of the queue in the manner only a stranger in a strange land can, and chose Sweet Child O Mine" from the first page that opened in the song list. Mike and I swapped lines like seasoned pros. Expecting to secure nothing but the ire of German Southern Comfort drinkers, imagine our astonishment ...
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Reinstwasseranlage auf kleinstem Raum. Die ideale Wahl bei einem Reinstwasserbedarf von 20 Liter am Tag. Die Qualität des Reinstwassers entspricht ASTM, CLSI, CAP und ISO Typ I Standards. Somit ist dieses Wasser ideal für die Biowissenschaften und die ana
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|P|To provide an ion exchange resin which is excellent in removability of a suspension metal corrosive product including a clad and colloidal fine particle, from which the elution amount of turbidity components is small and which has a large mechanical strength.|/P||P|In the macroporous type ion exchange resin, the pore volume when measured by the mercury porosimetry is 0.5 mL/g per dry weight of 1 g of the ion exchange resin or more, the pore radius when measured by the mercury porosimetry is 0.1 m or more and the turbidity component eluted by the shaking turbidity test of the ion exchange resin is 45 ppm or less. It is preferable that the pore volume when measured by the mercury porosimetry is 0.20 mL/mL or more per volume in a water wet state or more.|/P|
Purolite® A109 Macroporous Weak Base Anion Exchange Resin Purolite A109 is a macroporous-type anion exchange resin with a polystyrene matrix. The h - This is the meta description.
0087] Perchlorate selective anion exchange resins currently used for the removal of perchlorate in ground water were screened using a static beaker test for their potential application for the removal of perchlorate from typical sodium chlorate liquors. Purolite strong basic anion exchange resins A-530E were chosen for further evaluation using packed bed continuous flow operation. Purolite A-530E is a unique dual amine bi-functional resins that exhibit a high selectivity for perchlorate. The resins were originally developed and commercialized by Oak Ridge National Laboratories (ORNL) as "D-3696" or "BiQuat" resins. Regeneration of the ion exchange resins using ferric chloride/hydrochloric acid in methanol as well as a high strength ferric chloride/hydrochloric acid regeneration methods as cited in U.S. Pat. No. 6,448,299 were also evaluated. A Bio-Rad 1×30 cm jacketed econo-column was filled with 20 cm3 of resins. The resins were hydrated in deionised water (DI) for at least 24 hours, prior to ...
The work presented concerns synthesis of structured molecular sieves. The preparation procedure is based on the use of ion exchange resins as macrotemplates. Macroporous cation or anion exchange resin types were used depending on the molecular sieve type to be synthesized. Anion exchange resin beads were employed as macrotemplates in the synthesis of zeolite type molecular sieves since negatively charged precursor species are present in the initial zeolite synthesis solutions. Cation exchange resins were used for the preparation of aluminophosphate molecular sieves, where precursor species in the synthesis solutions are positively charged. The method involves a number of steps, which can be summarized as: (i) introduction of precursor species into the resin by ion exchange; (ii) secondary treatment to transform the precursor into a desired phase; and (iii) removal of the ion exchanger by calcination. The first two steps can be performed simultaneously by hydrothermally treating the resin with ...
Deionization also called as Demineralization, is an ion exchange resin based process which can generate water, free of dissolved salt. DM process configuration includes basic cationic and anionic beds. Typically, the cation resin operates in the hydrogen cycle. The cations in the water (i.e. calcium, magnesium and sodium) pass through the canion exchange resin where they are chemically exchanged for hydrogen ions. The Water then passes through the anion exchange resin where the anions (i.e. chloride, sulphate, nitrate and bicarbonate) are chemically exchange for hydroxide ions. The final water from this process consists essentially of hydrogen ions and hydroxide ions, which is the chemical composition of pure water.. ...
... Ion Exchange Resin is a Uniform Particle Size, Macroporous, Strong Base Anion Exchange Resin for Industrial Demineralization Applications. It is a robust, high-quality resin for use in industrial demineralization applications when a combination of exceptional physical stability, simple and reliable operation, and long resin life is required.
Colestyramine (INN) or cholestyramine (USAN) (trade names Questran, Questran Light, Cholybar, Olestyr) is a bile acid sequestrant, which binds bile in the gastrointestinal tract to prevent its reabsorption. It is a strong ion exchange resin, which means it can exchange its chloride anions with anionic bile acids in the gastrointestinal tract and bind them strongly in the resin matrix. The functional group of the anion exchange resin is a quaternary ammonium group attached to an inert styrene-divinylbenzene copolymer. Colestyramine removes bile acids from the body by forming insoluble complexes with bile acids in the intestine, which are then excreted in the feces. As a result of this loss of bile acids, more plasma cholesterol is converted to bile acids in the liver to normalise levels. This conversion of cholesterol into bile acids lowers plasma cholesterol levels. Bile acid sequestrants such as colestyramine were first used to treat hypercholesterolemia, but since the introduction of statins, ...
FCT Water Treatment works with ResinTech as a supplier for high quality ION Exchange resins and membranes.. Ion exchange resins are particularly well suited for the removal of ionic impurities for several reasons: the resins have high capacities for ions that are found in low concentrations, the resins are stable and readily regenerated, temperature effects are for the most part negligible, and the process is excellent for both large and small installations.. ...
Iridium-191m is a potential tracer for angiocardiography and may be of particular value in the evaluation of heart disease in children. It possesses a short half-life (4.9 sec), suitable photon energy (129 keV) and may be obtained as a generator product by decay of its long lived (15.3 day) parent 191 Os. An 191Os leads to 191mIr generator capable of providing 15 mCi of 191mIr in 1.5 ml of eluant is described. The separation of 191mIr from 191Os is achieved by absorbing 191OsC16-2 on an anion exchange resin. The generator employs an additional resin column which is replaced to prevent 191Os breakthrough to become excessive. By this procedure, the breakthrough may be kept below 0.001% over a period of at least one month and after multiple elutions. ...
A new and distinct cultivar of |i|Echinacea |/i|plant named Sweet271, characterized by its upright and relatively compact plant habit; moderately vigorous growth habit; freely branching habit; stron
Samples of soil were collected in 1955 from three field experiments in which 0, 13.1, 26.2, 52.3, and 104.7 pounds of P per acre had been applied as superphosphate to one series of plots in 1953 and to a second series in 1954. In a greenhouse experiment conducted in 1957, sorghum was grown on quantities of these samples without further phosphate fertilization and on quantities of the samples from the control plots after treatment with superphosphate at rates equivalent to those applied in the field. Conditions in the greenhouse experiment were such that the yield of P in the test crop increased linearly with the quantity of P applied to each soil in each year. Samples of soil from all phosphate levels and years of application were analyzed in the laboratory for labile inorganic P by the 0.025N HCl, 0.03N NH4F method of Bray and Kurtz, the anion-exchange resin method of Amer et al., and the NaHCO3 method of Olsen et al. The quantity of P extracted with each method increased linearly with the ...
Gel Filtration and Size Exclusion resins are employed in the separation of molecules based on size/shape. These resins are typically used for larger molecules like peptides and proteins, as well as, other biomolecules such as lipids, steroids and hormones
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ORGANIC POLLUTANTS DEGRADATION USING PULSELESS CORONA DISCHARGE: APPLICATION IN ULTRAPURE WATER PRODUCTION - Ultrapure water;Corona discharge;Ozonation;Radical species;
In this sort of comment, and as Haley goes on to befriend renowned literary critic Ian Hamilton, sharing drinks with him in Sohos famous pub the Pillars of Hercules, it is hard not to see McEwan as gently lampooning his earlier self and work. From a scene with Tom reading alongside a hilarious Martin Amis (Tom subsequently subdues the raucous crowd with his own grim, humorless tale) to in-jokes about the Booker Prize (one of whose recent judges, Stella Rimington, was the retired director general of MI5), "Sweet Tooth" is clearly as much, if not more, an account of the London literary world as it is one of British espionage.. ...
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Samples are available in a variety of Corning Life Sciences plasticware products. 10- and 40-Stack CellSTACK® Culture Chambers, HYPERFlask® Cell Culture Vessel, microarray products and specialized microplates may be sampled with approval by Corning management. Corning excludes glassware and equipment from the sample offering. Sample volumes may vary based on the request from the customer. Sample request volumes greater than a single internal packaging unit (i.e. bag, rack, pack, and sleeve) must be approved by Corning management.. ...
UltraPure agarose and reagents are made from the highest purity biochemicals for superior performance and reliability in your nucleic acid analysis and purification protocols.
Chromatography is an essential technology used for the purification of the biomolecules. Demand for the resins used for chromatography applications is growing with the rising applications of this technique. Chromatography resins are used in the process of separation and purification of the products and biomolecules in various methods used across different industrial verticals. Rising demand from different ...
strong anion exchanger, suspension in 20% ethanol and 150 mM NaCl (40-90 µm) Find MSDS or SDS, a COA, data sheets and more information.
Accell Plus ion exchange packings are 40µm, 300 angstrom polymer-coated silica-based materials and are available in strong anion and weak cation exchangers. These packings, for all preparative isolations based on ionic interactions, particularly proteins, enzymes and immunoglobulins and be packed into our Advanced Purification (AP) glass columns.
Vadim- I have re-nickelated Ni-NTA-agarose resins with varying success. I believe Qiagen provides a protocol for doing this. If I remember correctly, it involves stripping the resin with EDTA and then passing nickel sulfate over the column. Alternatively, I have also used Ni-NTA columns many more than 5 times and have had pretty good resolution. Since these resins are available for about $5/ml, I would suggest using the resin as long as you still get good resolution and then either replace it (if it is a relatively small volume), or attempting to regenerate it if it is a large volume ...
Phenol resins are synthetic polymers belonging to the family of thermo-resistant polymers, with various commercial and industrial applications. Compared to ...
What does dental bonding involve?. To begin, the dentist will isolate the teeth included in the procedure, etching them in preparation for bonding. After applying the etching conditioning liquid, the surface of the teeth will have small crevices that allow the tooth stronger adhesion with the bonding agent. The dentist will then apply a bonding resin which cements the composite in place. After several layers of tooth-colored composite are applied, the composite and bonding resin are shaped and hardened with a specially calibrated light. Once the composite is fully set, the bonded areas are smoothed, buffed, and polished to blend in naturally with the surrounding teeth. If you want to regain confidence in your smile, contact our practice to learn more about bonding.. ...
VirtualInsanity, both your posts are very well put, but I just wanted to reaffirm how important it us to be patient. The part of the RNS which said we have committed significant funds towards accelerating acquisition of two further drilling sites, located in what we now understand to be the prime sweet spot of the Kimmeridge oil deposit within PEDL234. As soon as SS releases the flow rates for BBz1 the value and therefore cost of additional drilling sites will quadruple IMO, therefore SS is clearly working hard behind the scenes trying to acquire these sites before the flow tests are released, I know some people seem so desperate for results right now, but please, just sit back and watch the expert do what he does best, and hopefully we will all come out of this much richer than we are now. ...
When two politicos sing in public in the same two-week period, you know something unique has happened. People - that is, normal people-just dont sing these days, especially in front of cameras. But President Obama did just that on January 19 at New Yorks Apollo Theater with Al Greens Lets Stay Together. (He followed up in February with Sweet Home Chicago at a White House event.) And Mitt Romney led folks through America the Beautiful Jan. 31 at the Villages Retirement Center in
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Hey! Im going to try brewing mead for the first time, but I have two questions before I begin: I have ordered two different kinds of yeast. Both are from Wyeast: one is called dry mead (18% alcohol tolerance), the other sweet mead (11%). I wonder if it makes any difference if I make a dry mead out of the dry mead yeast or if I can pour in a little more honey in it and still make a sweet mead with 18% alcohol, or vice versa? I also wonder whether its worth the effort and money
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Page contains details about plasma-coated ABPS-60 anion-exchange membrane . It has composition images, properties, Characterization methods, synthesis, applications and reference articles : nano.nature.com
May 2, 1972 F RYAN 3,660,283 METHOD FOR REGENERATING CATION EXCHANGE RESIN Filed 001;. 7, 1969 55 ,jimezzfor .Zeo i Jag/ 12w. United States Patent Office 3,660,283 Patented May 2, 1972 3,660,283 METHOD FOR REGENERATING CATION EXCHANGE RESIN Leo F. Ryan, Somerville, N.J., assignor to Ecodyne Corporation, Chicago, 111. Filed Oct. 7, 1969, Ser. No. 864,347 Int. Cl. B01d 15/06 US. Cl. 210-413 5 Claims ABSTRACT OF THE DISCLOSURE A method is provided for regenerating cation exchange resin containing insoluble sulfate-forming cations while preventing the formation of sulfate precipitates. In carrying out the method, sulfuric acid is introduced into a regeneration column at a regenerant inlet to establish a concentrated regenerant zone. Exhausted regenerant is withdrawn from the column at an outlet. In accordance with the invention, dilution water is introduced into the column between the regenerant inlet and the outlet to form a dilute regenerant zone. During regeneration, the resin passes first ...
Silica sols are placed in contact with a strong acid cation exchange resin. The sols are then aged out of contact with the cation exchange resin for at least about 4 hours at a temperature of from about 34 DEG F. to about the boiling point of the sols, and again contacted with a cation exchange resin. The process requires placing the sols at least twice in contact with a cation exchange resin with an aging step between each treatment, and also requires that the sols be placed at least once in contact with an anion exchange resin. The formed sols have excellent stability characteristics even at high SiO2 concentrations.
Definition of Cation exchange resins with photos and pictures, translations, sample usage, and additional links for more information.
The recent introduction into clinical medicine of a group of substances known as ion exchange resins has provided the physician with a new type of diagnostic and therapeutic tool. The principle of action of these substances differs in many respects from customary therapeutic agents. Moreover, the basic mechanism provides a versatility, the potentialities of which have only begun to be tapped. Although they can hardly be viewed, at this time, as having achieved an established place in the therapeutic armamentarium, a brief survey of recent studies with ion exchange resins will serve not only to elucidate their mode of action, ...
Three materials that are designed to treat uranium-contaminated water were investigated. These are a cation exchange resin, IRN 77; an anion exchange resin, Varion AP; and a recently developed material called PANSIL (quartz sand coated with 2% amidoxime resin by weight). The reaction rate, capacity, and effective pH range of the three materials are reported. The capacity and conditional distribution coefficient in neutral, uranyl-contaminated synthetic groundwater containing carbonate are also reported. The suitability of each material for treating uranium-contaminated groundwater using a permeable reactive barrier (PRB) approach is then discussed. All three materials react rapidly in the pH range 5-7, reaching equilibrium in less than 4 h at ~23◦C. The unconditioned cation exchange resin removed 8 g UO22+ per kg of resin from neutral synthetic groundwater containing 30 mg/l of UO22+, but a lower capacity is anticipated in groundwater with either higher ionic strength or lower UO22+ ...
0043] Ion exchange resins are known in the art and used in the method of the present invention according to the specifications of the manufacturers. A cation exchange resin refers to a solid phase which is negatively charged, and which has free cations for exchange with cations in an aqueous solution passed over or through the solid phase. Any negatively charged ligand attached to the solid phase suitable to form the cation exchange resin can be used, e.g., a carboxylate, sulfonate and others commercially available cation exchange resins for examples, in particular but not limited to those having a sulfonate based group (e.g., MonoS, MiniS, Source 15S and 30S, SP Sepharose Fast Flow®, SP Sepharose High Performance from GE Healthcare, Toyopearl SP-650S and SP-650M from Tosoh, Macro-Prep High S from BioRad, Ceramic HyperD S, Trisacryl M and LS SP and Spherodex LS SP from Pall Technologies); a sulfoethyl based group (e.g., Fractogel SE, from EMD, Poros S-10 and S-20 from Applied Biosystems); a ...
The influence of iodine-containing compounds on the determination of iodoamino acids (IAA) and hormonal iodine (HI) in serum with a cation exchange resin has been studied. The IAA values were elevated by most of the compounds, though to a lesser degree than the protein-bound iodine. Of 15 chemically different iodinated ... read more radiopaques, only three caused false elevation of the HI, for periods varying from 2 to 14 days after the administration of the drug. Of a number of other iodine-containing compounds, only iodochlorhydroxyquin appeared to give variable results during its administration, all others being eliminated from the HI. show less ...
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Accurate measures of nutrient bioavailability are important in understanding nutrient cycles. Bioavailability is related to both the diffusion rate of the nutrient through the soil and nutrient solution concentration at any given time. The purpose of this work was to investigate the use of ion exchange resin impregnated membranes as a potential bioavailability measure. We propose that the ion sink membranes (IS) will integrate soil nutrient concentration and effective nutrient diffusion rates, resulting in a more complete measure of nutrient bioavailability. The IS are applied directly to the soil and recovered after fixed time intervals. The rate at which ions are adsorbed by the IS is directly related to c2De, where c is the labile P concentration and De is the effective diffusion coefficient. We refer to this value as the IS bioavailability index of a given nutrient. This index provides an integrated measure of ion diffusion, sorption-desorption rates, and solution concentration. The ...
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To apply the method of quantitative electron microscopy to the measurement of mass in thin sections, the thickness of the section at or very near the structure to be studied must be known. Dowex anion exchange resin AG 1 x 2, stained with phosphotungstic acid (PTA) at pH 6.4, was used as a thickness standard which could be embedded and sectioned. The sectioned PTA-Dowex appeared uniformly stained and exhibited suitable electron opacity. The stoichiometry of the reaction between PTA and the Dowex resin was measured by three independent methods based on gravimetric, colorimetric, and nitrogen determinations whose results showed close agreement. From the PTA uptake, the density of the stained spheres was calculated. Mass of a defined area of PTA-Dowex was measured by quantitative electron microscopy, and from this mass and density, the volume and then the thickness were calculated. The values for thickness were compared to those obtained by interference microscopy on the embedding medium alone in ...
A process is provided for making a liquid composition of a perfluorinated polymer having sulfonic acid or sulfonate groups in a liquid medium by contacting the polymer with a mixture of 25 to 100% by weight of water and 0 to 75% by weight of a second liquid component such as a lower alcohol, e.g., propanol or methanol, at a temperature of at least 180° C. (at least 240° C. when about 90% to 100% water is used), in a closed system. The liquid composition made by this process, or modified liquid products prepared therefrom, are used in coating various substrates, in casting films, and in repairing perfluorinated ion exchange films and membranes. The process is also useful in recovering perfluorinated polymer having sulfonic acid or sulfonate groups from scraps and used articles made of such polymer or containing such polymer as a component part thereof.
SINGH, AV y SHARMA, Naresh Kumar. Characterisation and applications of synthesised cation exchanger guar gum sulphonic acid (GSA) resin for removal and recovery of toxic metal ions from industrial wastewater. Water SA [online]. 2011, vol.37, n.3, pp.295-302. ISSN 1816-7950.. The chemically modified guar gum sulphonic acid (GSA) resin was used for removal and pre-concentration of Zn2+, Cd2+, Fe2+, Pb2+ and Cu2+ ions in aqueous solutions and steel industry effluent from Jodhpur, India. This type of ion exchange resin represents a new class of hybrid ion exchangers with higher stability, reproducibility and selectivity for toxic metal ions. The characterisation of the resin was carried out by determining the ion exchange capacity, elemental analysis, FT-IR spectra and thermal analysis (TGA). The distribution coefficients (Kd) of toxic metal ions were determined for different pH values. The adsorption of different metal ions on GSA resin follows the order: Cu2+ , Fe2+ , Zn2+ , Cd2+ , Pb2+. The ...
Seven red raspberry (Rubus Ideaus L.) samples from Oregon, Washington, British Columbia and New Zealand were processed into juice. These, along with three juice samples supplied from West Germany were analyzed by high performance liquid chromatography, (HPLC), for nonvolatile acid, sugar, anthocyanin and anthocyanidin composition. In order to quantitate the compounds of interest, particular attention was given to selection and improvement of HPLC analytical procedures. Adequate resolution of malic acid from isocitric by reverse phase C-18 chromatographic media was achieved using a two column system. The more uniform response of analytes to refractive index detection allowed for quantitation of isocitric acid. Sugar analysis based on a crosslinked cation exchange resin required removal of the acids from the juice via anion exchange. Resolution of anthocyanin pigments was achieved using as organic modifier 15% acetic acid. Acetic acid (15%) demonstrated high selectivity in resolving pigments with ...
1. A simple new assay for glycerylphosphorylcholine phosphodiesterase is described, in which radioactive glycerylphosphorylcholine is used as substrate and the reaction products are separated by adsorption on an anion-exchange resin. 2. Rat liver subcellular fractions contained both particulate (58%) and soluble (42%) glycerylphosphorylcholine phosphodiesterase. Both activities released free choline from glycerylphosphorylcholine. 3. The particulate glycerylphosphorylcholine phosphodiesterase was recovered mainly in the nuclear and microsomal fractions and showed a distribution similar to those of 5′-nucleotidase and alkaline phosphodiesterase I, both of which are constituents of the liver plasma membrane. 4. During purification of plasma membranes glycerylphosphorylcholine phosphodiesterase, 5′-nucleotidase and alkaline phosphodiesterase I showed largely similar behaviour, indicating that glycerylphosphorylcholine phosphodiesterase is also localized in liver plasma membranes. Slight ...
Capillary columns packed electrokinetically with 1.5-μm nonporous octadecylsilica particles are used to achieve rapid separations with high efficiencies. A mixture containing five polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) as test compounds is separated in less than 5 s with 28 kV applied to a column with a packed length of 6.5 cm (10 cm total length). A sample containing 16 PAHs (classified as priority pollutants by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency) is isocratically separated in under 10 min by using longer columns (15-30 cm). Separation efficiencies greater than 700 000 theoretical plates/m are obtained when detection (via UV-excited laser-induced fluorescence) is performed on the packed portion of the capillary. The outlet frit is observed to play an important role in determining column efficiency. The optimum flow rate for best separation efficiency occurs at ∼2 mm/s. The run-to-run reproducibility of the peak retention times on a single column is better than 1% (relative standard deviation)

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Azolium-based systems: application of an anion exchange resin (A- form) method and 1H NMR analysis of the charged-assisted (C...Azolium-based systems: application of an anion exchange resin (A- form) method and 1H NMR analysis of the charged-assisted (C...

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Browse fuzing.com to find D201 macropore strong base styrene anion exchange resin sellers, suppliers, wholesalers, companies, ... D201 Macropore Strong Base Styrene Anion Exchange Resin - ... You May Also Be Interested In: anion exchange anion exchange ... D201 macropore strong base styrene anion exchange resin. ... 2 Complete exchange capacity (mmol/g) 4.0 3 Wet apparent ... 6. Dosage of actified solution :HCl(4-5%) volume:resin volume =2-3:1. NaOH(4%) volume:resin volume =2-3:1. 7. Flow of actified ...
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A hydrophobic anion exchange mixed-mode resin has been developed to overcome challenges in antibody purification. This ... Our new hydrophobic anion exchange mixed-mode resin, Nuvia aPrime 4A, has been developed to overcome existing challenges in ... Purification Of Antibodies With Nuvia aPrime 4A Hydrophobic Anion Exchange Resin. Source: Bio-Rad ... The results demonstrate the ability of Nuvia aPrime 4A resin to improve process productivity and economy. ...
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Processes | Free Full-Text | Enhanced Anaerobic Mixed Culture Fermentation with Anion-Exchange Resin for Caproate ProductionProcesses | Free Full-Text | Enhanced Anaerobic Mixed Culture Fermentation with Anion-Exchange Resin for Caproate Production

The strong base anion-exchange resin D201 showed the highest adsorption capacity (62 mg/g), selectivity (7.50), and desorption ... In this study, four types of anion-exchange resin were investigated for their enhancing capability in caproate fermentation of ... Finally, performances of caproate fermentation with and without resin adsorption for carboxylate were evaluated. The results ... efficiency (88.2%) for caproate among the test resins. Subsequently, the optimal desorption temperature and NaOH concentration ...
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Weak Base Anion Exchange Resin (WBA)(id:10978717). Buy China anion exchange resin - EC21Weak Base Anion Exchange Resin (WBA)(id:10978717). Buy China anion exchange resin - EC21

View product details of Weak Base Anion Exchange Resin (WBA) from Sunresin New Materials Co., Ltd. manufacturer in EC21 ... Hydrocarbon Resin Resin Crafts Resin Lens Resin Hose Petroleum Resin Heat Exchanger C5 Petroleum Resin Heat Exchange Resinic ... anion exchange resin from 36 suppliers on EC21.com Related Searches : resin , petroleum resin , hydrocarbon resin , c5 ... The weak base anion exchange resin is easier to regenerate than the strong base resin, and can be efficiently regenerated with ...
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Reducing environmental impacts of metal (hydr)oxide nanoparticle embedded anion exchange resins using anticipatory life cycle...Reducing environmental impacts of metal (hydr)oxide nanoparticle embedded anion exchange resins using anticipatory life cycle...

Reducing environmental impacts of metal (hydr)oxide nanoparticle embedded anion exchange resins using anticipatory life cycle ... Reducing environmental impacts of metal (hydr)oxide nanoparticle embedded anion exchange resins using anticipatory life cycle ... oxide or titanium dioxide nanoparticles precipitated in anion exchange resins (Fe-AX and Ti-AX) for targeted removal of ...
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A new approach to catalytic degradation of dimethyl phthalate by a macroporous OH-type strongly basic anion exchange resin. |...A new approach to catalytic degradation of dimethyl phthalate by a macroporous OH-type strongly basic anion exchange resin. |...

A new approach to catalytic degradation of dimethyl phthalate by a macroporous OH-type strongly basic anion exchange resin.. [ ... from an aqueous solution using a macroporous OH-type strong base anion exchange resin D201-OH. As compared to the traditional ... hydrolysis product PA also can be simultaneously removed by the solid basic polymer D201-OH through a preferable anion exchange ... Fixed-bed column hydrolytic degradation and ion exchange removal tests indicate that DMP can be completely converted to PA and ...
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A level 4.3 Ion Exchange systems and cationic/anionic resins cation and anion exchange theory GCE AS A2 chemistry revision...A level 4.3 Ion Exchange systems and cationic/anionic resins cation and anion exchange theory GCE AS A2 chemistry revision...

How do cationic and anionic ion exchange materials work? What can we use ion exchange resins for? The theory of ion exchange ... cationic/anionic ion exchange resin theory. cation and anion exchange systems * INTRODUCTION to ION EXCHANGE RESINS - what are ... 4.3 Ion exchange systems, cationic and anionic resins, ion exchange theory. What is an ion exchange resin? How do cationic and ... ion exchange resin do? what is a cation exchange resin? what is an ion exchange resin? how can you remove the hardness in water ...
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Adsorption and desorption behavior of anion-exchange resin towards SO42− in the desulphurization process using citric method |...Adsorption and desorption behavior of anion-exchange resin towards SO42− in the desulphurization process using citric method |...

The application of weak-base anion-exchange resin for removal the SO42− from the citrate solution to guarantee its good ... Miyazaki, Y., Nakai, M.: Protonation and ion exchange equilibria of weak base anion-exchange resins. Talanta 85(4), 1798-1804 ( ... The weak-base anion-exchange resin that has prior adsorption towards SO42− compared with citrate, allows the effective removal ... The application of weak-base anion-exchange resin for removal the SO42− from the citrate solution to guarantee its good ...
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Application of Radioactive Tracer Technique to Study the Kinetics of Iodide Ion-Isotope Exchange with Strongly Basic Anion...Application of Radioactive Tracer Technique to Study the Kinetics of Iodide Ion-Isotope Exchange with Strongly Basic Anion...

The kinetics of iodide ion-isotope exchange with strongly basic anion-exchange resin Duolite A-116 was studied. The temperature ... exchange of the inactive resin in the iodide form with an iodide solution spiked with 131I and exchange of the labeled resin ... of Radioactive Tracer Technique to Study the Kinetics of Iodide Ion-Isotope Exchange with Strongly Basic Anion-Exchange Resin ... In both cases, the rate constants, amounts of iodide ions exchanged, and initial rate of iodide ion exchange were calculated. ...
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  • In contrast, conventional anion-exchangers, based on cellulose, dextran, or agarose, have separation ranges only up to 0.4 M salt, so that binding and elution of all substances is limited to a narrow range of salt concentrations. (qiagen.com)
  • Radio analytical technique as a non-destructive technique was used in the present investigation to trace the kinetics of ion-isotopic exchange reaction taking place in Duolite ARA-9366 (nuclear grade) and Duolite A-171 (non-nuclear grade) anion exchange resins. (scipress.com)
  • Almost 100% of DMP was hydrolyzed to far less toxic phthalic acid (PA) in the presence of D201-OH, while only about 29% of DMP was converted to PA in the presence of NaOH under the identical amount of hydroxyl anions in the reaction system. (sigmaaldrich.com)
  • Impurities such as RNA, protein, carbohydrates, and small metabolites are washed from QIAGEN resin with medium-salt buffers, while plasmid DNA remains bound until eluted with a high-salt buffer. (qiagen.com)
  • This produces a decreasing charge density trend which should result in weaker binding to the negatively charged resin. (docbrown.info)
  • the so-called aminomethyl resin (AMR), to date only employed for peptide synthesis, swelled appreciably in water and was used successfully to purify negatively charged peptides. (unifesp.br)
  • Anion exchange resins will bind to negatively charged molecules, displacing the counter-ion. (wikipedia.org)
  • The temperature was varied from 25.0 to 40.0°C, and the iodide ion concentration in solution, from 0.0025 to 0.020 M. Two sets of experiments were performed: exchange of the inactive resin in the iodide form with an iodide solution spiked with 131I and exchange of the labeled resin with an inactive iodide solution. (ovid.com)
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  • QIAGEN resin is stable for up to six hours after equilibration. (qiagen.com)
  • Currently, almost all water treatment industries need Anion Exchange Resin, as the people pay more attention to the environment, so the demand has a stable growth rate. (marketersmedia.com)
  • The resin consists of defined silica beads with a particle size of 100 µm, a large pore size, and a hydrophilic surface coating. (qiagen.com)
  • A resin with immobile positive groups like R N(CH 3 ) 3 + Cl (s ) can act as an anion exchanger ( immobile positive group, exchangeable negative ion ). (docbrown.info)
  • M + as the increasing charge density of the hydrated ion increases, so will the attraction of the ion to the immobile negative groups on the resin. (docbrown.info)
  • The overall results indicate superior performance of Duolite ARA-9366 resins over Duolite A-171 resins under identical operational parameters. (scipress.com)
  • Cl−) compete with protein in binding to the resin. (wikipedia.org)
  • Second, the pH of the solution can be gradually decreased which results in a more positive charge on the protein, releasing it from the resin. (wikipedia.org)
  • If the pH is above the pI, the protein will have a negative charge and bind to the matrix in an anion exchange column. (wikipedia.org)
  • QIAGEN-tips may be reused within six hours for the same sample by re-equilibrating the resin with Buffer QBT after the first elution. (qiagen.com)
  • The theory of ion exchange and how it is used in various applications is described and explained. (docbrown.info)