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000081366 245__ $$aCovalent and selective immobilization of fusion proteins
000081366 269__ $$a2003
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000081366 336__ $$aJournal Articles
000081366 520__ $$aA general method for the covalent immobilization of fusion proteins is presented. The approach is based on the unusual mechanism of the human O6-alkylguanine-DNA alkyltransferase, which irreversibly transfers the alkyl group from its substrate, alkylated or benzylated guanine, to a reactive cysteine residue. By attaching the benzyl group to a surface, hAGT fusion proteins immobilize themselves in a specific and covalent manner. The specificity of the reaction of hAGT with its substrate even allows the specific immobilization of hAGT fusion proteins directly out of cell exts., making the approach an attractive alternative to currently used immobilization procedures. [on SciFinder (R)]
000081366 700__ $$0241538$$g148617$$aKindermann, Maik
000081366 700__ $$0241320$$g148939$$aGeorge, Nathalie
000081366 700__ $$aJohnsson, Nils
000081366 700__ $$aJohnsson, Kai$$g123155$$0240057
000081366 773__ $$j125$$tJournal of the American Chemical Society$$k26$$q7810-7811
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