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Recombinant P53 for Mass spectrometry

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Old 07-25-2006, 07:00 PM
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Default Recombinant P53 for Mass spectrometry



I'm looking for a cheap source of recombinant P53 in order to do some mass spectrometry. Ideally i would like to buy significantly more than the few micrograms sold by any supplier (for hundreds of dollars) that i can find. Since i essentially just need the correct amino acid sequence and proper activity of the protein, I was wondering if anyone knows of suppliers of "cut rate" P53. I would prefer to not have many proteolytic fragments, however.

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Jason


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