simulated isol. problem

kaj.stenberg at helsinki.fi.invalid kaj.stenberg at helsinki.fi.invalid
Sat Feb 23 14:04:23 EST 2002


Two students were playing around with a computer simulation of protein
purification. They had a protein with a Pi of 8.1, wich was a single
band on 2D-electroforesis. However, at pH 7.5 the protein was bound both
to an anion and a cation exchange matrix.

Can anyone explain how this is possible and if it could occur in real
life? I doubt that the program simulates nonspecific binding to the
matrix? 

(Sorry about the slightly vague details, I have not seen their results
myself yet).

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