Lowry Protein Measurement

BOB AT COMB belas at comb1.comb.umd.edu
Mon Dec 7 12:10:00 EST 1992


In article <9212071511.AA03433 at net.bio.net>, TY9283 at UACSC2.ALBANY.EDU (Jen) writes...
>To All,
> 
>     I am planing to measure the protein concentration, a glycosyltransferase,
>in both the serum and the homogenate samples.  After reading the original
>Lowry's paper on this subject, I found that SIGMA is offering this kind
>of kits (p. 2059-2060).  My question is how do I determine which kit is
>suitable for my purpose?  Or does anyone know of a better kit avliable
>out there?
>                                                           J.

	My own preference is toward the Pierce Micro BCA kit sold by 
Pierce, 800-8-PIERCE.  It's very easy, quite sensitive, and doesn't have
too many things that give high background.
	 
		"Ignorance is a
		 voluntary misfortune."
		  -- Nicholas Ling
		
		Bob (Belas at mbimail.umd.edu)



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