Separation of a truncated protein by ion exchange chromatography

Pow Joshi pow.joshi at gmail.com
Wed Aug 30 17:44:08 EST 2006


> > > If I were you, I'd try chtomatofocusing
> >
> > If you have trouble obtaining fresh tomatoes, you can use a ketchup
> gradient
> >
> > as long as you neutralise the vinegar with sufficient bicarbonate.
> >
> > Peter

> Nice one!  What a wandering finger can do!


.....lol .... getting colourful and focussed, are'nt we?


On 8/30/06, Dr. Hiranya S. Roychowdhury <hroychow at nmsu.edu> wrote:
> Nice one!  What a wandering finger can do!
>
> Quoting Peter Ellis <pjie2 at cam.ac.uk>:
>
> > DK wrote:
> > >
> > > If I were you, I'd try chtomatofocusing
> >
> > If you have trouble obtaining fresh tomatoes, you can use a ketchup
> gradient
> >
> > as long as you neutralise the vinegar with sufficient bicarbonate.
> >
> > Peter
> >
> >
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