urgent help please

Jayakumar, R R.Jayakumar at roswellpark.org
Sun May 28 20:12:16 EST 2006

I U degrades approximates 1 ug of DNA in 10 min at 37C in appropriate
reaction buffer. Your buffer does not seem to be appropriate since it
has EDTA which is an efficient chelator and will inhibit DNase activity.
It would work well with a sonicator.  
   Try to use a buffer without EDTA but containing other protease
inhibitors (Roche complete protease inhibitor cocktail is a good
alternative (the one without EDTA)).  For optimum activity, DNase
required Mg++ in buffer.
  Try out this protocol

Best of luck

-----Original Message-----
From: methods-bounces at oat.bio.indiana.edu
[mailto:methods-bounces at oat.bio.indiana.edu] On Behalf Of chiranjit
Sent: Sunday, May 28, 2006 1:26 PM
To: methods at iubio.bio.indiana.edu
Subject: urgent help please


I am a research scholar of dept of Biotechnology ,IIT
Kharagpur,India.Myexperiment simply involves growing E coli containing
a pPBP fusion
construct,lysing the cell,purify the protein.Now I don't have access to
sonicator.So I simply followed the protocol recommended by New England
Biolabs and prepared a lysis buffer containing lysozyme,EDTA,Tris and
(pH8).The volume of this buffer is 50 ml.But the main problem I have
is the suspension becomes highly viscous due to chromosomal DNA and it
becomes very hard to be taken out.I know that DNase could solve the
but I don't know how much should I have to add.  My DNase I (RNase
is 1U/ul.

With worm regards..

chiranjit chowdhury

research scholar

iit kharagpur

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