protein a chromatography for antibody purification

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I've read a sentence writing "protein a chromatography for antibody purification", so do you guys know about this? It seems like a very complicated procedure.
Hi
It is not. There is a complete other sense if you read it in that way: Protein A: Chromatography for antibody purification. More details can be found here: http://www.dionex.com/en-us/webdocs/114785-AN-LC-MAbPac-Protein-A-IgG-AN20813_E.pdf

Best regards,
Stefan Brand
Thermo Fisher Scientific
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