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By Thomas M. Laue, Joseph B. Austin, David A. Rau (auth.), Christine Wandrey, Helmut Cölfen (eds.)

The 14th foreign Symposium on Analytical Ultracentrifugation was once held in March 2005 on the École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne in Switzerland. This e-book provides a entire number of 21 contributions from best scientists during this box masking a wide spectrum of themes and featuring contemporary development relating instrumentation, facts research and modeling, organic structures, debris, colloids, artificial macromolecules, interacting systems.

Analytical Ultracentrifugation is changing into more and more very important in either educational and commercial purposes. as a result of the versatility of this interesting and strong strategy, info and unique courses are frequent and accomplished collections are infrequent. consequently, this quantity provides a beneficial resource for biologists, chemists, fabrics scientists, and physicists attracted to most modern info, effects and improvement relating to this significant analytical approach.

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Here, user input is required which introduces an unavoidable bias into the approach. To circumvent such caveats, other methods not relying on nonlinear least squares fitting have been explored. Not unexpectedly, each method exhibits both advantages and shortcomings. We will briefly review three popular methods for the analysis of sedimentation velocity experiments. Graphical transformations of sedimentation velocity data were introduced by van Holde and Weischet [1] and later refined [2]. This approach yields model-independent, diffusion-corrected sedimentation coefficient distributions.

We further compared the results from different speed simulations (20, 40 and 60 krpm, data not shown) and from globally fitting all three speeds simultaneously. Table 3 lists the results from these experiments and indicates the errors between the simulated parameters and the parameters determined with the GA optimization. The results suggest that the highest speed provides the most reliable information for the partial concentration and sedimentation parameters, as long as enough signal for the fastest component can be collected.

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