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Rapid Communication - Journal of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering (2022) Volume 6, Issue 12

Optimization of purification process and degradation of common centrings.

Centerings are acidic proteins, present in all eukaryotes to perform basic jobs in centrosome situating and isolation. Existing strategies for the filtration of centrings for biophysical studies includes either numerous means or yields protein with a proclivity tag, which sticks extra tag-cleavage step. Thusly, we have made an endeavor to foster a straightforward and single step strategy for protein cleaning. We have performed clear cut assessment of existing strategies, and portray a one-step system in light of cleavable Intern-tag, which can be used for routine planning of any isoform of centrings.

Author(s): Paul Marlin

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