Friday 16 December 2022

Why did the liposomes fluoresce during size-exclusion chromatography?

Liposomes fluoresce during size-exclusion chromatography because they contain fluorescent compounds. These fluorescent compounds are often incorporated into the liposomes during the manufacturing process in order to provide a way to track the size of the liposomes as they pass through the chromatography column. The fluorescent compounds can be detected by a detector, which then provides information about the size of the liposomes. 

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