"Dr Engelbert Buxbaum" <engelbert_buxbaum from hotmail.com> wrote:
> I would however suspect that removal of the DNA could be the culprit:
> many proteins become unstable if their ligand is removed. Perhaps
> adding short DNA fragments, which are less likely to interfere with
> purification than an entire bacterial chromosome, would help.
Or even just high concentrations (100 or 200 mM) of phosphate buffer. I
know about an (unpublished) DNA-binding protein which can be triggered
to fold in a stopped-flow by mixing protein solution with phosphate
(17:00:03) ***joeyh loves that install-info uses $'
(17:00:34) Yoe: what's $' again?
(17:00:49) joeyh: shorthand for make your perl program slow at the
expense of readability