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Other protein staining reagents can be substituted. 5. 1 % SDS (see Note 5). 6. Protein molecular weight markers, Bench Mark prestained. Other markers can be substituted. 1 Purification of PAT from E. coli lysate 1. Mix the agarose resin gently to completely resuspend a 50 % (v/v) resin slurry. 2. Transfer ~ 4 mL 50 % agarose resin slurry to a 20 mL plastic column. Allow storage buffer to drain until it reaches the top of the agarose bed (see Note 6). 3. Apply equilibration buffer to the agarose.
Add the remaining lysate to the bottle and then cap the bottle. Save a small amount of lysate prior to loading sample onto the column. This will serve as the pre-chromatography sample for SDS-PAGE analysis. 38 Cunxi Wang et al. 5. Incubate the agarose mixture at 4 C for at least 30 min with gentle rotation. 6. In batches, apply the incubated agarose to the 20 mL column and allow the lysate to drain until it reaches the top of the agarose bed (see Note 8). Save a small amount of the flow through for SDS-PAGE analysis.
Coli and plant extracts using Reactive brown 10 . 2 Materials Prepare all solutions using ultrapure water and analytical grade reagents. Unless otherwise indicated, prepare and store all reagents at 4 C. Follow local waste disposal regulations when disposing waste materials. 1 Purification 1. PAT-containing bacterial or plant materials (see Note 1). 2. Reactive brown 10-agarose. The agarose is supplied as a dry powder or pre-swollen in solution. If a dry powder is purchased, follow the vendor instructions for preparation of agarose in solution, which is required for the method.