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The development of new and improved methods for downstream purification of proteins and enzymes from crude mixtures
New economically viable methods for the industrial scale production and processing of proteins are constantly being sought. This project concentrates on two techniques which may be utilised in the purification of non-recombinant proteins. First, aqueous two-phase systems were investigated as a potential tool for the separation of individual proteose peptones from a total proteose peptone fraction of bovine milk. The optimum pH for the separation of β-CN-5P from the total proteose peptonedoi:10.25401/cardiffmet.20101784 fatcat:fur2xsy5ybdclgzefjimugtedu