biotinylated

Michael G. Filip mgfilip at ix.netcom.com
Fri Jan 12 07:50:49 EST 1996


In <4d5gkt$iak at fsuj01.rz.uni-jena.de> mzb at arkansas.mpg.uni-jena.de
(Martin Zabe) writes: 
>
>
>As a research group in hemostaseology we are looking for biotinylated 

>chloromethylketones, wich are active site labeling reagents. The  
>enterprise Haematologic Technologies provides these substances, but we
 
>cant find their adress.
>We are trying to visualize on an avidin blot thrombin and activation  
>products with an active site of prothrombin (factor II).
>For any ideas please contact adress below.
>Thanks
>;-)
>
 You might try synthesizing the compound yourself by buying a
biotinylation kit from Pierce Chemicals. Sigma probably also has these
activated compounds.

  Best of luck,
  Mike Filip

>Dipl.-Biol.
>Martin Zabe
>Max-Planck-Gesellschaft
>zur Foerderung der Wissenschaften e.V.
>A.G. Pharmakologische Haemostaseologie
>Leiter: Prof. Dr. Goetz Nowak
>Drackendorfer Strasse 1
>D-07747 Jena
>Tel: 03641/304411/421
>Fax: 03641/304412
>e-mail:  mzb at leech.mpg.uni-jena.de
>______________________________________________________________________




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