By Cooper C., Packer N.
Proteome platforms Ltd, North Ryde, Australia. Describes a number of amino acid research suggestions and the way every one method can be utilized to respond to particular biologic questions.
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Samples were hydrolyzed and analyzed on a Beckman 6300 Amino Acid Analyzer. Each bar represents average recovery from three replicates. 6. The percentage of sample recovery increases with increased hydration time for the spin column. When columns are hydrated for 4 h or longer, it is feasible to recover more than 90% of the sample (Fig. 1). 36 Zhang and Denslow 7. It is wise to monitor the recovery of the protein by absorbance of the column eluent at 280 nm. Collect sample until all of the material is eluted.
And Wingfield, P. ), Wiley, New York, pp. 42. 8. , Anderson, T. , Cohen, S. , Denslow, N. , Hulmes, J. , et al. (1999) Identification of proteins electroblotted to polyvinylidene difluoride membrane by combined amino acid analysis and bioinformatics: an ABRF Multicenter Study. J. Biomolecular Techniques 10, 129–136. Precolumn Derivatization with AQC 39 4 Amino Acid Analysis Using Precolumn Derivatization with 6-Aminoquinolyl-NHydroxysuccinimidyl Carbamate Steven A. Cohen 1. Introduction Over the past 20 years, amino acid analysis methods based on precolumn derivatization procedures have become a popular alternative to the traditional postcolumn derivatization techniques based on ion–exchange separation of the underivatized amino acids.
Among the more widely employed derivatization reagents are orthophthalaldehyde (OPA) (1) and Edman’s reagent, phenylisothiocyanate (PITC) (2–5), for which there are numerous publications illustrating their utility. OPA, however, has the significant drawback in that it does not react with secondary amino acids, and some of the derivatives, notably those with Gly and Lys, are unstable. PITC, although reactive with the secondary amino acids, also produces somewhat unstable derivatives, notably with Asp and Glu, which slowly cyclize from the desired phenylthiocarbamyl moieties to their respective phenylthiohydantion derivatives.
Amino Acid Analysis Protocols (Methods in Molecular Biology Vol 159) by Cooper C., Packer N.