Analysis of CHO
i.mcfarlane at icrf.icnet.uk
Mon Feb 22 06:30:14 EST 1999
It depends on what source your protein comes from mammal, insect, plant,
etc. Go to the literature and check out what is likely to be on the
protein. Then get a catolgue from EY labs or Vector and pick out the ones
that seem most likely. That should give you a start anyway. The
alternative is get a friendly glycobiologist to do it for you.
In article <7anmcr$39d$1 at news5.svr.pol.co.uk>, "Maria"
<culley at message.swinternet.co.uk> wrote:
> I have a protein which I believe, from the variation in mw and for other
> reasons, to be glycosylated. I would like to begin to identify the
> carbohydrates on this molecule. As I can blot this protein, I was thinking
> of screening with a panel of lectins to gain a first idea of what the
> carbohydrates might be. Is this the best and simplest approach? Are such
> panels of lectins available? If not are there any obvious candidates that I
> might start with?
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