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US Patent # 5,478,924 "Displacement Chromatography of Proteins using Low Molecular Weight Displacers", S. M. Cramer, J. A. Moore, A. Kundu, Y. Li, G. Jayaraman. (1995).

US Patent # 5,606,033 "Displacement Chromatography of Proteins using Low Molecular Weight Anionic Displacers", S. M. Cramer, J. A. Moore, A. Kundu, Y. Li, G. Jayaraman. (1997).

US Patent # 6,239,262 "Low Molecular Weight Displacers for Protein Purification in Hydrophobic Interaction and Reversed Phase Chromatographic Systems", S. M. Cramer, A. Shukla, and K. Sunasara. (2001).

US Patent # 6,573,373 "High Affinity, Low Molecular Weight Displacers for Oligonucleotide Purification", S. M. Cramer, A. Shukla, R. Deshmukh, J. Moore. (2003).

US Patent # 6,828,436 "Method for selecting a high affinity, low molecular weight displacer for oligonucleotide purification", A. Shukla, R.Deshmukh, S. M. Cramer, J. Moore. (2004).

US Patent # 6,881,540 B2 "High Throughput Screening of Potential Displacer Molecules", S. M. Cramer, K. Rege, J. Dordick. (2005).

US Patent # 6,929,747 "High-affinity, low-molecular-mass displacers for ion-exchange chromatography", J. Moore, S. M. Cramer, N. Tugcu, S. K. Park. (2005).

US Patent # 7,189,324 "High-affinity, low-molecular-mass displacers for ion-exchange chromatography", S. M. Cramer, J. Moore, S. K. Park, N. Tugcu. (2007).

US Patent # 7,439,343 "Aminoglycoside-polyamine displacers and methods of use in displacement chromatography", S. M. Cramer, K. Rege, J. Dordick, etc. (2008).

 

 

 

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