Subcellular fractions??

Dr. Hiranya S. Roychowdhury hroychow at nmsu.edu
Wed Mar 14 21:24:25 EST 2001


Go to the library and locate the "Methods in Enzymology" series. That is
the most authoritative source of the information you are after. Both the
Med School and the main campus libraries have them (depending on where u
r). There may be places on web that have the cell fractionation protocols,
but it may be easier for you to pick out the right application from the
Meth. Enzymol. volumes. They even have cumulative indices. 


At 02:53 PM 3/14/01 -0700, Neal Robert Melvin wrote:
>Can anyone recommend a good website (or text chapter) that discussesthe
>various methods (differential centrifugation, detergent concentrations,
>etc) used to obtain different subcellular components (membrane versus
>cytosol) from a lysate?
>
>Neal
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