carbon content of proteins?

Roger Murphy murphy_r at licre.ludwig.edu.au
Wed Mar 18 00:14:02 EST 1998


Peptide Companion, from CoshiSoft/PeptiSearch in the US will calculate 
elemental composition.  As its name suggests, it's really designed for 
analysis of peptides, but I use it for proteins also.  It's not free, but is 
<US$100 and is a useful little tool.



In article <Pine.SUN.3.96.980316085204.20366C-100000 at cbl.umces.edu>, "Reno T. 
Nguyen" <reno at cbl.umces.edu> wrote:


 I'm not aware of any program that would calculate the
>elemental composition of a protein after entry of it's amino acid
>composition. 
>

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Roger Murphy, Ph.D.
Biological Production Facility
Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research
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