ion-exchange chromatography

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A separation method, often used for protein purification, in which charged molecules are absorbed and selectively desorbed from a polymer matrix that has charged residues such as carboxymethyl (CM) or diethylaminoethyl (DEAE). The supporting matrix may be polystyrene, cellulose, acrylamide, or agarose.

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