Adsorption Study of Egg-Derived Influenza Virus with Cellufine Sulfate Affinity Chromatography Media

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プリントAn efficient process for purifying virus particles is important when developing a vaccine. Cellufine Sulfate affinity chromatography medium has been used for manufacturing viral vaccines such as JNC logoinfluenza virus, rabies virus, and Japanese encephalitis virus. Here we describe how to purify egg-derived influenza with Cellufine Sulfate media. Figure 1 shows a typical chromatogram of inactivated influenza virus A strain (H7N7) from allantoic fluid with Cellufine Sulfate media. Table 1 shows that adsorbed virus particles are eluted from the medium easily with high purity.

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  1. We are trying to purify HbsAg . But every time we got only 50% binding on Cellufine sulphate. We want to increase it by 60-70% but dont now how?

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