how to calculate the molar absorption coefficient of a protein?

Roger Murphy murphy_r at licre.ludwig.edu.au
Thu Jun 10 22:29:06 EST 1999


Sure, go to the ExPassy web site and select the proteomics tools options.  
There you can either load in your own sequence (paste from a text file) or a 
database number if the protein of interest is known, and calculate all sorts 
of physicochemical parameters, using a number of tools.

Cheers,

Roger

In article <7jm7qv$ing$1 at bgtnsc02.worldnet.att.net>, "Bob" <robdebob at att.net> 
wrote:
>Is there any web site that would calculate the absorption coefficient of a
>protein on the basis of the number of tryptophans, tyrosins, Phe, disulfide
>bonds...
>
>Or if not, what is the formula?
>
>Thanks, Rob
>
>
>
>


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