[Protein-analysis] Re: Question about protein dialysis-bag leakage

Lu Falong via proteins%40net.bio.net (by FLLu At genetics.ac.cn)
Fri Nov 17 21:35:37 EST 2006


	I have no idea about the problem you faced, I have never seen such a phenomenon. Could it be due to the enzymatic activity of your protein? As to buffer exchange, using a desalting column is an good option.

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>Date: 16 Nov 2006 12:14:43 -0800
>From: "Lechu" <lech_kaczmarczyk At yahoo.com>
>Subject: [Protein-analysis] Opinions about Bio-Rad PowerPac Basic
>	Power	Supply
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>Is this power module suitable for western-blotting transfers? Or do I
>need sth more powerful? Any reccommendations? How about running 2
>transfers simultaneosly (2 chambers x 2 membranes)?
>Best wishes, Lechu
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>Date: 16 Nov 2006 14:17:44 -0800
>From: "DY" <bearofthecity At gmail.com>
>Subject: [Protein-analysis] Question about protein dialysis-bag
>	leakage
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>I don't know whetehr anyone have encountered the same strange problem.
>I have one protein that is purifified from Ni column. The major peak is
>eluted with about 250 mM immidazole. I tried to dialyze this protein to
>some other buffer. The remarkable thing is once I add protein solution
>into the dialysis bag, the bag starts to leak!
>The bag is not leaky initially, as checked by only adding buffer into
>it. Therefore, the protein definitely plays a role in this leaky issue.
>Have anyone seen anything like this? I am really puzzled because this
>seems so counter intuitive.
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Lu Falong
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 Institute of Genetics and Developmental Biology, CAS 
 Beijing, PR China
 FLLu At genetics.ac.cn

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