disulphide bridges?????

Mark Pallen m.pallen at ic.ac.uk
Fri Jul 14 10:36:33 EST 1995


A colleague of mine, Gadi Frankel (gfrankel at molbiol.ox.ac.uk) has asked 
me to post the following request:

If you have a protein with two or more cyteines in it, what is the best 
and/or easiest biochemical method for determining which, if any, pair 
or pairs of cysteines is/are linked via a disulphide bridge?

please e-mail as well as post.
thanks in advance

Dr Mark Pallen, Senior Lecturer in Medical Microbiology,
St Bartholomew's Hospital Medical College, London, EC1A 7BE
currently Visiting Scientist at Imperial College 
Rm 502, Dept of Biochem, Imperial College, London, SW7 2AY
email:m.pallen at ic.ac.uk  WWW: http://www.qmw.ac.uk/~rhbm001/mpallen.html
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Thomas Paine

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