Using histidine to elute from a talon column

nils123 at my-dejanews.com nils123 at my-dejanews.com
Fri Mar 26 10:34:58 EST 1999


this phenomenon is usually observed when your buffer contains DTT, EDTA (EGTA)
or other reducing agents and is due to formation of thiol reduction complexes.
L-histidine might also serve as an electron donator.


> Dear all
> I have just begun using the Talon resin from clontech to purify my his
> tagged protein. On the first run I used 200 mM L-histidine to elute
> from the column. The column turned brown and then this colur eluted
> form the column leaving the column clear not pink as is usual with
> this column resin.  Obviously the metal has leached from the column.
> Is this normal when using histidine to elute from heavy metal affinity
> columns?  Is there a buffer system to use to avoid this?
> Thanks
> Robert
> R.Seymour at prospect.anprod.csiro.au

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