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Immobilization methods are classified differently in various publications. We have chosen for immobilization techniques classification system of three major classes 1) binding to a carrier, 2) entrapment and 3) enzyme molecules cross-linking. g. according to the reversibility of the process are also frequently used. , 2005; Krajewska, 2004; Sheldon, 2007; Tischer & Wedekind, 1999). 1 Binding to a carrier These methods take the advantage of the fact that proteins contain amino acids with different features.
7. Phenothiazine We would like to end this part, devoted to the topic of utilization of affinity tags for protein immobilization, with directing the attention to the fact that also many others affinity tags were tested to be suitable as a tool for enzyme immobilization. However, mentioning all of them exceeds possibilities of this communication. , 2002). 4 Other approaches for affinity immobilization Although the methods of molecular biology and genetic engineering for fusion protein production are very useful and popular in immobilization strategies, in some cases native features of proteins of interest are possible to be exploit for the immobilization, too.
The labeled lysates are combined, digested with trypsin, and then isolated on a streptavidin column. After a second separation step, the labeled proteins are analyzed using mass spectrometry. The change in protein expression between the two cell lysates can then be quantified and related to the different conditions applied to the two sets of cell lysates. g. mass spectrometry and immunoprecipitation). One purification method which can be used to remove these contaminants either before or after other purification steps is Blue sepharose affinity chromatography.
Affinity chromatography by Sameh Magdeldin