concentrating proteins

Shaun D. Black SHAUN at JASON.UTHCT.EDU
Mon Sep 12 09:32:14 EST 1994


sbtnfh at rulsfb.LeidenUniv.nl on 10-SEP-1994 09:42 writes:

> sofar I read a lot of ways to concentrate proteins. Nice, but most methods
> still use dialysis tubes next to Sephadex etc. etc.
> If you use dialysis tubes you may just as well dialyze and lyophilize!
> Isn't that the simplest thing to do?
> 

This is an acceptable strategy for some proteins, but will not work for all.
For example, most membrane proteins when lyophilized form intractably
insoluble precipitates.  Cheers,  Shaun

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