Protein Purification References

tanzer at mcvax4.d48.lilly.com tanzer at mcvax4.d48.lilly.com
Thu Jul 1 21:22:06 EST 1993


In article <knight.741548657 at grafton.dartmouth.edu>, knight at grafton.dartmouth.edu (John  Boswell) writes:
> Hi,
> 	This may not be the appropriate group, but I thought I'd ask
> if anyone could recommend some good texts/references on general purification
> of proteins?  What I'm looking for are good protocols for purification
> via salt-ppt., gel-filtration, and other chromatography- including elution
> via an ethylene glycol gradient.  I haven't done any protein work since
> a lab course in graduate school, and I'm sure there are some good *recent*
> techniques.  I'm looking in the library today, but maybe someone in the field
> could steer me in the right direction.  Thanks a bunch in advance, 
> 
> -John Boswell, Ph.D.
> Department of Chemistry, Biochemistry, and Molecular Biology
> Oregon Graduate Institute
> Portland, OR  97229
> (knight at grafton.dartmouth.edu)
> ~
> --
> ****************************************************************************
> Dr. John Boswell	 			knight at grafton.dartmouth.edu 	
> Dept. of Medicine/GI MCN C2104		
> Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN  37232	615-322-6367 or 615-343-4747

Check out PROTEIN METHODS by Daniel M. Bollag and Stuart J. Edelstein.



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