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For clarity in the following sections, the diagnosis and analysis of interaction is illustrated as it appears in the c(s) method, which is described in more detail in Chapter 2. However, Chapter 3 discusses the implementation of the time-difference modelling in some depth, while more detailed information on the van Holde–Weischet method can be found in Chapter 11. The presence of an interaction changes the sedimentation profiles in SV in three different ways: (1) owing to the molar mass of the complex being higher than that of the individual components, the average sedimentation coefficient is increased in a concentration-dependent manner, reflecting the concentration dependent population of the complex; (2) because of the altered sedimentation process, which is now influenced also by the chemical reaction between the sedimenting species, the boundary shapes have different features; and (3) owing to the (even transient) formation of complexes, boundary components can appear with co-sedimentation of the individual protein components and therefore the boundary features may not necessarily reflect the properties of the seperate species, but rather reflect the sedimenting system.
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