A Guide to Protein Isolation

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Science - Biochemistry 2A - Lab Reports Library Support: EXPERIMENT 2 - Protein Isolation

No notes for slide. Your guide to membrane protein extraction 1. Creative BioMart 3. The use of surfactants for the extraction and extraction of plasma membrane proteins is not efficient, and it is also possible to disrupt protein-protein interactions and alter the topology of membrane proteins.

In some downstream applications, such as membrane protein IP, Co-IP, enzyme assays, mass spectrometry experiments, the use of surfactant-free methods to separate plasma membrane proteins is far better than the use of surfactants. For many years, the use of surfactant-free methods to extract plasma membrane proteins can be roughly divided into the following three types of methods: Creative BioMart 4.

Traditional sucrose gradient centrifugation SGU : Traditional sucrose gradient centrifugation was developed in the s and s and is still used by many laboratories for plasma membrane protein extraction.

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Sucrose gradient centrifugation separates cellular proteins into distinct components and highly concentrated membrane proteins. This traditional method requires a large amount of starting material and the operation process is complicated and time consuming. Creative BioMart 5. Aqueous two-phase affinity separation: This method is characterized in that most hydrophilic polymer pairs are incompatible in aqueous solution, producing two coexisting phases that are mutually balanced.

This property allows the separation of many biomolecules including membrane proteins.

The method is relatively simple and rapid, but the number of starting cells required is relatively high and the yield is relatively low. Creative BioMart 6. Sonication is also used to disrupt the membrane.


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Often, protease inhibitors are added to the mix to prevent loss of protein due to enzymatic degradation. Large pieces of tissue are easily removed by centrifugation after the crude initial tissue disruption. Differential centrifugation often plays an important role in protein extraction ; the rate and time of centrifugation will selectively draw subcellular organelles into the pellet.

Proteins may thereby be extracted from particular cell compartments via multiple rounds of centrifugation. Additionally, nucleic acids can be chemically precipitated out of the initial tissue slurry and removed by centrifugation.


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A similar technique can be used to precipitate proteins out of the supernatant. Protein interaction and function are highly dependent on three dimensional structure. Those amino acid side chains provide the chemical pockets that mediate that function via hydrophilic and hydrophobic interactions including hydrogen bonding, ionic, and Van der Waals forces.

Once the proteins precipitate out of solution they can be collected by another round of centrifugation.

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This chemical disruption may not be appropriate for experimental goals that involve investigating native protein-protein interactions as these will be disrupted by the extraction process. Amino acid side chain chemistry can be exploited to aid protein extraction. An example is an ion-exchange column or a hydrophobic column. There are amino acids with positively charged side chains arginine, histidine, and lysine , negatively charged side chains aspartic acid, glutamic acid , and hydrophobic side chains tyrosine, tryptophan, phenylalanine, valine, isoleucine, etc.

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These affinities allow proteins to adsorb to a column consisting of a positive, negative, or hydrophobic matrix. Once adsorbed to the column, the proteins can be washed and eluted as an enriched sample. Front Matter Pages i-xii. An overview of protein isolation.

Pages Assay, extraction and subcellular fractionation.

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