Analytical Method for Plasmid Isoform Separation Using Histamine Modified Monolithic Columns

One of the major requirements for pharmaceutical-grade pDNA is its high homogeneity, being mostly in supercoiled (sc) isoform. Chromatographic separation of sc pDNA from open coiled (oc) or linear isoform is challenging due to their similar interactions with the chromatographic phases. Promising separation efficiency of pDNA isoforms was proven on recently developed histamine modified monolithic chromatographic column in descending ammonium sulfate gradient. The aim of the study was to further optimize the chromatographic conditions for sample analysis, where all three isoforms would be baseline separated.

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