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Hydrophobic Protein Interactions

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Old 01-10-2008, 02:55 PM
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Question Hydrophobic Protein Interactions



Hello,
does anyone know how to break hydrophobic interactions between two proteins?

What could I use to dismantle the bond?
thanks
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Default Re: Hydrophobic Protein Interactions

Use non-ionic or zwitterionic detergents or bile salts or maybe sulfobetaines.
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Default Re: Hydrophobic Protein Interactions

anything that is more prone in getting the previous bonds to a lower energy level should help you get rid of the hydrophobic bonds you want to dismantle. the above substances mentioned by danfive are the popular ones.... but do go for a check regarding the quantities before getting to a conclusion.
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