Jonathan B. Marder
marder at agri.huji.ac.il
Wed May 28 11:51:26 EST 1997
In article <338B4EA0.1E32 at aecom.yu.edu>, Alan Schoenfeld <aschoen at aecom.yu.edu> wrote:
>I want to take a metabolically labeled band from a gel by either slicing
>the band out of the gel or by transfering it to a membrane and then do
>limited proteolysis (V8, chymotrypsin, etc.) on the gel slice or
>membrane. Can anyone give me a protocol to do this?
Take a look at Cleveland DW et al. (1977) JBC 252, 1102-1108.
>If I cut from a
>gel, can I dry the gel first (I need to find my band by
>autoradiograph)? Which enzymes are best/cheapest? Thanks.
I have experience doing exactly this. You will find the details in
Marder JB et al. (1986) Methods in Enzymology Vol 118, 384-396.
BTW cheap dirty enzymes work great. If you use them at limiting concentration,
they will often pick up just 1 or 2 particularly suscptible sites in the
substrate protein. I had success with Sigma Bromelain - 40% protein, 60% crud.
Jonathan B. Marder , Department of Agricultural Botany
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