Poly(norepinephrine)‐coated open tubular column for the separation of proteins and recombination human erythropoietin by capillary electrochromatography

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  • Published: Oct 30, 2017
  • Author: Xue Xiao, Yamin Zhang, Jia Wu, Li Jia
  • Journal: Journal of Separation Science

Abstract

Recombinant human erythropoietin is an important therapeutic protein with high economic interest due to the benefits provided by its clinical use for the treatment of anemias associated with chronic renal failure and chemotherapy. In this work, a poly(norepinephrine)‐coated open tubular column was successfully prepared based on the self‐polymerization of norepinephrine under mild alkaline condition, the favorable film forming and easy adhesive properties of poly(norepinephrine). The poly(norepinephrine) coating was characterized by scanning electron microscopy and measurement of the electro‐osmotic flow. The thickness of the coating was about 431 nm. The electrochromatographic performance of the poly(norepinephrine)‐coated open tubular column was evaluated by separation of proteins. Some basic and acidic proteins including two variants of bovine serum albumin and two variants of β‐lactoglobulin achieved separation in the poly(norepinephrine)‐coated open tubular column. More importantly, the column demonstrated separation ability for the glycoforms of recombinant human erythropoietin. In addition, the column demonstrated good repeatability with the run‐to‐run, day‐to‐day, and column‐to‐column relative standard deviations of migration times of proteins less than 3.40%.

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