[Protein-analysis] Re: Glycerol during protein purification and

Lu Falong via proteins%40net.bio.net (by FLLu from genetics.ac.cn)
Sat Jul 21 00:38:46 EST 2007


	   I have ever use glycerol at 25% concentration. It is fine. However, I have no idea if it could help with you problem.

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>Date: Thu, 19 Jul 2007 21:13:03 -0500
>From: "Emily Arturo" <ecgarturo from gmail.com>
>Subject: [Protein-analysis] Glycerol during protein purification and
>	protein	oligomerization state
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>I am experiencing difficulty with reproducing the oligomerization
>state of a protein overexpressed and purified from E. coli, from prep
>to prep.  I have considered increasing the glycerol concentration in
>the buffers to promote the dimer state over the monomer state (no
>other oligomerization states are detected).  The DNA binding protein
>is likely not bound with DNA during these later stages of purification
>as we have incubated the cell extracts with a cocktail of nucleases.
>Does anyone have any suggestions?  The buffers already contain 10%
>glycerol; is there any reason (that I've not yet thought of) that I
>might not want to increase the glycerol concentration further?   I'm
>ashamed to admit it, but I'm currently uncomfortable with more than
>10% simply because I've not seen literature that cited a buffer
>containing more than 10%!
>Any other suggestions are welcome...
>Thank you,
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>Date: Thu, 19 Jul 2007 12:42:33 -0700 (PDT)
>From: Ligong Wang <ligongw2004 from yahoo.com>
>Subject: [Protein-analysis] ghost" dots on blot
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>Did you block the membrane with BSA before you probe it with primary&secondary antibodies? If you did not, the primary Ab will bind to the membrane thus give higher background.
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Lu Falong
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 Institute of Genetics and Developmental Biology, CAS 
 Beijing, PR China
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