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Evaluation of advanced silica packings for the separation of biopolymers by high performance liquid chromatography iv. mobile phase and surface mediated effects on recovery of native proteins in gradient elution on non porous monodisperse 1.5 mum reversed phase silicas



Evaluation of advanced silica packings for the separation of biopolymers by high performance liquid chromatography iv. mobile phase and surface mediated effects on recovery of native proteins in gradient elution on non porous monodisperse 1.5 mum reversed phase silicas



Journal of Chromatography 397: 81-90




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