|aNatural products isolation /|cedited by Richard J.P. Cannell.
|aTotowa, N.J. :|bHumana Press,|cc1998.
|ax, 473 p. :|bill. ;|c24 cm.
|aMethods in biotechnology ;|v4
|aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
|tHow to approach the isolation of a natural product /|rRichard J.P. Cannell --|tInitial extraction and product capture /|rF. Patrick Gailliot --|tSupercritical fluid methods /|rEd Venkat and Srinivas Kothandaraman --|tIsolation by low-pressure column chromatography /|rGino M. Salituro and Claude Dufresne --|tIsolation by ion-exchange methods /|r Claude Dufresne --|tIsolation by preparative HPLC /|rPaul Stead --|tIsolation by planar chromatography /|rSimon Gibbons and Alexander I. Gray --|tSeparation by high-speed countercurrent chromatography /|rJames McAlpine --|tCrystallization and final stages of purification /|rNorman Shankland, Alastair J. Florence, and Richard J.P. Cannell --|tDereplication and partial identification of natural products /|rFrank VanMiddlesworth and Richard J.P. Cannell --|tPurification of water-soluble natural products /|rYuzuru Shimizu --|tSpecial problems with the extraction of plants /|rGloria L. Silva, Ik-Soo Lee, A. Douglas Kinghorn --|tIsolation of marine natural products /|rAmy E. Wright --|tScale-up of natural products isolation /|rMichael S. Verrall and Stephen R.C. Warr --|tFollow-up of natural product isolation /|rRichard J.P. Cannell.