Huh7 and acetone;)

P.C. PC at no.email.sorry
Sun Feb 8 18:05:57 EST 2004


> Acetone powder preparations ....

gosh! that what one can call "dark ages". On the other hand - I wonder 
how many out 30.000 human proteins one can isolate from an acetone 
powder? The answer is likely "a few", it can indeed be a purification 
tool.

Peter

> proteins biochemistry. And so on. 
> 
> That said, I wouldn't want any protein I worked hard to 
> obtain to be exposed to acetone. Any acetone. The risk is just 
> too high. 
> 
> DK
> 
> 
>>Peter
>>
>>EK wrote:
>>
>>>"redeamer" <alion85 at hotmail.com> wrote in message
>>>news:a86fd891.0402070046.6cd7b9f4 at posting.google.com...
>>>
>>>
>>>>Thanks a lot, Emir!
>>>>
>>>>very useful information on Invitrogen site...
>>>
>>>
>>>Glad you found it useful :-
>>>
>>>
>>>>however, acetone has a protein denaturing property...
>>>>
>>>
>>>That means it would not hurt to have a bit of cofactor metal dissolved in
>>>the reconstitution buffer. I am OK with that.
>>>-
>>>Emir
>>>
>>>
> 
> 




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