Need GTPase for positive control
klenchin at macc.wisc.edu
Mon Aug 21 14:40:22 EST 1995
In article <40f675$2pp at phunn1.sb.com>,
Steven_Mcclue-1%notes at sb.com (Steve Mcclue) wrote:
>In article <newitt-1008951734290001 at 126.96.36.199>,
newitt at nih.gov says...
>>I am doing some GTPase assays and would like to obtain an
>>intrinsic GTPase activity to use as a positive control.
John, retinal transducin, I think, would be the best thing.
If you need it as a control, there is no need to purify the
protein. Bovine rods contain which are very easy to
purify contain HUGE amounts of it.
Reply to me if you want details.
Regards. - Dima
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