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Albumin-silica columns were scaled up to study albumin usefulness f o r preparative purposes. 1 g albumin per g s i l i c a were e a s i l y made. Because of the high molecular weight of the c h i r a l component and the l i m i t e d number of binding s i t e s of each molecule, the capacity of the column, an important f a c t o r , was investigated. Leaching of albumin from the column l i m i t s the use f o r preparative separations, and the contaminat i o n of albumin i n compounds i s o l a t e d from c o l l e c t e d fractions was studied as a function of amount of organic modifier i n the mobile phase.
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