Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
|Statement||edited by D. Rickwood.|
|LC Classifications||QP519.9.D45 C64 1975|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 205 p. :|
|Number of Pages||205|
|LC Control Number||77372478|
Ionic gradient media, such as cesium chloride, have higher densities and lower viscosities than other density gradient media. However, their use is restricted due to the high osmolarities and ionic strength which affect the hydration of osmotically sensitive particles and can disrupt or otherwise modify the integrity of biological particles. D. Rickwood is the author of Biological Separation in Iodinated Density-Gradient Media ( avg rating, 0 ratings, 0 reviews), Preparative Centrifugation /5(5). Isopycnic Separation of Cells and Cell Organelles by Centrifugation in Modified Colloidal Silica Gradients G. D., and Rickwood, D., , Practical aspects of using Metrizamide, in Biological Separations in Iodinated Density Gradient Media (D. Rickwood, ed.), pp. – in Biological Separations in Iodinated Density Gradient Media (D Cited by: Iodinated density gradient media Molecular structure Iodinated media are derivatives of triiodobenzoic acid and capable of forming solutions that are uniquely ca-pable of banding any biological particle, according to its buoyant density, often under isoosmotic conditions. In .
Media which is used for density gradient centrifugation - a method allowing for the isolation of specific cells from whole blood via differences in density. There are media with various density for different results. It is recommended to use a medium with a density of g/ml such as Lympho Spin Medium for the isolation of PBMCs. Is your. Use of Urografin and Conray for the equilibrium centrifugation of viruses is described. These pharmaceuticals, which consist of iodinated arylic compounds, reach densities of g/cm3 and have low intrinsic viscosities. Poliovirus, Newcastle disease virus, and lymphocytic choriomeningitis virus were centrifuged to equilibrium in gradients made of these by: 8. Density gradient centrifugation is commonly used for the isolation of specific cell populations from whole blood. This technique takes advantage of the differences in density between the various leukocytes and the density gradient medium. As a result, the particular cell populations isolated will depend on the density of the medium that is used. Density Gradient Centrifugation: percoll and ludox) and non-ionic iodinated aromatic compounds (e.g., metrizamide, nycodenz and renograffin). Glycerol is also used as gradient material especially for the separation of enzymes, or alternative media such as ficoll, .