Preparation of strong anion-exchange chromatographic packings based on monodisperse polymeric beads and their application in the separation of biopolymers

Bolin Gong; Long Li; Jinxia Zhu
August 2005
Analytical & Bioanalytical Chemistry;Aug2005, Vol. 382 Issue 7, p1590
Academic Journal
A new hydrophilic strong anion-exchange (SAX) stationary phase for HPLC has been synthesized by chemical modification of macroporous 8.0-μm monodisperse poly(glycidylmethacrylate-co-ethylenedimethacrylate) beads (PGMA/EDMA). The stationary phase was evaluated in detail to determine its ion-exchange properties, separability, reproducibility, hydrophilicity, and the effect of column loading and pH on the separation and retention of proteins. It was found to have an ion-exchange chromatographic (IEC) retention mechanism. The highest dynamic protein loading capacity of the synthesized SAX packing for BSA was 22.6 mg g−1. Five proteins were separated within 6.0 min using the synthesized SAX resin. The SAX resin was also used for rapid separation and purification of recombinant human stem cell factor (rhSCF) from a crude extract solution in only one step. The purity of the purified of rhSCF was >92.4%.


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