Blackrock at palmpuzzle.com
Sun Nov 4 00:11:11 EST 2001
DOCTORHIM at aol.com wrote in message news:<a1.1d5563a5.290c87f5 at aol.com>...
> The best way is to use a Deglycosylation kit. The best and cheapest is made
> by Prozyme(www.prozyme.com). There is a three enzyme kit for $250 and a five
> enzyme kit for $350. It takes off both N and O-linked sugars. You can
> download a PDF version of the kit booklet. Enough for at least 2 mgs of
> glycoprotein. The distributor in the UK is Europa Bioproducts LTD. You can
> find their phone number on the Prozyme web page. Hope this helps.
My Lab uses prozyme, too!
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