Protein Characterization by Partitioning in Aqueous Two-Phase Systems.
authors Mikheeva, LM; Madeira, PP; Zaslavsky, BY
editors Uversky V., Dunker A.
chapter title Intrinsically Disordered Protein Analysis.
edition Methods in Molecular Biology (Methods and Protocols)
nationality International
author keywords Aqueous two-phase partitioning; Protein structure in solution; Protein–solvent interactions; Aggregation; Conformation; Protein–protein interactions
abstract Protein partitioning in aqueous two-phase systems is a technique that enables one to monitor changes in the 3D structures of proteins in solution resulting from chemical modifications, conformational changes, and interactions with other proteins and ligands. The advantage of this technique is that it may be used to monitor the aforementioned changes for purified proteins as well as for proteins in biological fluids, and that it is readily adaptable to automated high-throughput mode.
publisher Springer,
isbn 978-1-4614-3703-1
year published 2012
beginning page 351
ending page 361
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