Source for Dye Affinity Chro. kits
diabetes at lrz.uni-muenchen.de
Wed Nov 8 16:29:30 EST 1995
ron tate <rtate at bmb-fs1.biochem.okstate.edu> wrote:
Suppose you are thinking of the BioRad stuff. There were some blue dye
affinity columns maybe useful for ATP binding proteins. I think that
any supplier of media (see: Sigma, Pharmacia, TosoHaas, list is not
complete) might have some affinity resins for sale.
If you should need an address, fee free to mail.
>I hope someone can point me in the right direction, a few months back I
>thought I was seeing an ad in some journals for a Dye Affinity
>chromatography kit. It had small columns with different dyes to use for
>pilot runs in determining which dye column would be useful for purifiing
>your favorite protein. Now I am interested in it and cannot find it
>anywhere. Was I just dreaming?
>Thanks in advance
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