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purifications and separations, particularly of proteins; the expression,
purification, and characterization of recombinant proteins; chromatographic
theory and the mechanism of reversed-phase liquid chromatography.
J. Ko and J. C. Ford, Comparison of selected retention models in
reversed-phase liquid chromatography, Journal
of Chromatography A, 913, 3
J. Ko, J. Chilenski, T.
Rodgers, and J. C. Ford, Modeling the
effect of solvation on solute retention in reversed-phase liquid
chromatography, Journal of Chromatography
A, 913, 15 (2001).
Igor Quinones, John C. Ford,
and Georges Guiochon, Multisolute Adsorption Equilibria in a Reversed-Phase
Liquid Chromatography System, Chemical
Engineering Science, 55, 909
Igor Quiones, John C. Ford and Georges Guiochon,
High-concentration band profiles and system peaks in a ternary solute system,
Analytical Chemistry, 72, 1495-1502 (2000).
W.J. Dress, S. J. Newell, A.J.
Nastase, J. C. Ford, Analysis of amino acids in nectar from pitchers of Sarracenia pupurea (Sarraceniaceae). American
Journal of Botany, 84, 1701
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