In situ modification of chromatography adsorbents using cold atmospheric pressure plasmas

P. Olszewski, T. C. Willett, E. Theodosiou, O. R T Thomas, J. L. Walsh

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Abstract

Efficient manufacturing of increasingly sophisticated biopharmaceuticals requires the development of new breeds of chromatographic materials featuring two or more layers, with each layer affording different functions. This letter reports the in situ modification of a commercial beaded anion exchange adsorbent using atmospheric pressure plasma generated within gas bubbles. The results show that exposure to He-O2 plasma in this way yields significant reductions in the surface binding of plasmid DNA to the adsorbent exterior, with minimal loss of core protein binding capacity; thus, a bi-layered chromatography material exhibiting both size excluding and anion exchange functionalities within the same bead is produced.

Original languageEnglish
Article number204104
JournalApplied Physics Letters
Volume102
Issue number20
Early online date20 May 2013
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 20 May 2013

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chromatography
adsorbents
atmospheric pressure
anions
plasmids
beads
bubbles
manufacturing
deoxyribonucleic acid
proteins
gases

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© 2013 AIP Publishing LLC.

Funding: Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council/Bioprocessing Research Industry Club (BRIC) programme (Grant No. BB/F004982/1), and the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (Grant No. EP/J005894/1).

Keywords

  • Chromatography Plasma materials processing Proteins Atmospheric pressure plasma Atmospheric temperature

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Olszewski, P. ; Willett, T. C. ; Theodosiou, E. ; Thomas, O. R T ; Walsh, J. L. / In situ modification of chromatography adsorbents using cold atmospheric pressure plasmas. In: Applied Physics Letters. 2013 ; Vol. 102, No. 20.
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