Simon.Dawson at nott.ac.uk
Fri Aug 15 12:48:46 EST 1997
I wondered if any of you out there have any idea what the phosphorylation
state of in vitro transcription/translation-produced RB protein is? If it is
hypophosphorylated in retic. lysates, are there any commercial kinases out
there which can hyperphosphorylate it as is seen in vivo i.e. stick the
phosphates on the correct in vivo residues?
Any help greatly appreciated!
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Dept. of Biochemistry FAX:+44 (0)115 9422225
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