By Jan Sedzik; Paolo Riccio; Karolinska institutet.; MARIE Network
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8(b)). The results further indicate that our approach might also apply well to other biomarkers for the actual neurological disease and other disorders. Selectivity, protein capacity and imprinting of bioparticles A comparison between the chromatograms in Figs. qxd 3/17/2009 2:37 PM Page 28 Concentration of albumin in CSF (mg/ml) J. Sedzik et al. 05 0 Concentration of albumin in plasma(mg/ml) (a) 60 Control ALS 50 ** 40 30 20 10 0 (b) Fig. 8. Quantitative analysis of albumin in CSF and plasma in control subjects and in ALS patients.
The selectivity is lost because having many strong bonds is often not compatible with high selectivity (see below). The situation is of particular concern when electrostatic and hydrophobic interactions occur at the same time since an increase in the ionic strength of the eluent decreases the former type of interaction but increases the latter (Hjertén, 1973). In such cases it may be impossible to find a buffer concentration such that the adsorbed sample can be released. e. methods based solely on weak interactions with the (chromatographic) matrix.