Isolation of Proteoglycans from Cell Cultures and Tissues

Proteoglycan Isolation

Proteoglycans are a class of glycosylated proteins characterized by the presence of glycosaminoglycans as a carbohydrate component, which endow them with unique biological as well as biochemical properties. Therefore, isolation of proteoglycans from various biological sources such as cell cultures and tissues could be achieved by ordinary molecular purification procedures utilizing their general molecular properties and by those taking advantages of the presence of glycosaminoglycan moiety....