Antigens adsorbed onto aluminum hydroxide structure analysis
Fourier transformed Infrared spectroscopy (FTIR) is a highly sensitive technique to study structural changes. This technique is particularly recommended when studying the conformation changes produced by the adsorption of proteins onto aluminum hydroxides. This is a process typically used to increase immunogenicity of antigen peptides.
• Buffer composition
• Buffer: 10 ml
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