Antigens and Enzymes Made Insoluble by Entrapping Them into Lattices of Synthetic Polymers

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Science  08 Nov 1963:
Vol. 142, Issue 3593, pp. 678-679
DOI: 10.1126/science.142.3593.678


Biologically active, insoluble products have been prepared from soluble antigens or enzymes by entrapping them into the lattice of an insoluble, highly cross-linked synthetic polymer as it forms. Antigens, made insoluble, removed quantitatively certain or all antibiotics from complex mixtures. Seven enzymes so treated are described.