It does not seem to be right. T4 kinase exchange the P (phosphor) group at the gamma position of the nucleotides (gamma 32P-ATP, for example). I doubt that it works on S (sulfur) group.
What is "[gamma S-35 dATP]"? Does it exist?
>>> "Dr. Hiranya S. Roychowdhury" <hroychow at nmsu.edu> 01/31/01 02:08pm >>>
However, replacement reaction should work
At 10:10 AM 1/30/01 -0000, Sue Shawcross wrote:
> 5' End-labelling oligos (with PO4 ends) using [gamma S-35 dATP] - can it
>be done with T4 kinase using the exchange reaction? Just in case you are
>wondering why we aren't using P-32: we are severly limited in the amount of
>32-P that we can use/store. Any comments/help/suggestions? & Brad @ MMU
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