Single-stranded DNA absorbs much more UV light than double-stranded DNA so you can follow denaturation and renaturation by simply measuring UV light absorbance in a spectrophotometer. The figure shows that the DNA molecules "melt," or denature, as the temperature is raised. When the temperature was lowered to 67°C they could follow the formation of double-standed DNA over time. For virus and bacteriophage DNA (solid triangles and circles) most of the DNA seemed to renature in about one hour. In the case of bacterial DNA (D. pneumoniae, open circles) the process was much slower and for cow DNA (open triangles) hardly any renaturation was seen in 100 minutes ...
The amount of single stranded nucleic acid molecule reactants present in the aqueous reaction solution can range from an upward extreme in which the second single stranded nucleic acid molecule is present in an initial concentration such that at least a 100 fold increase in acceleration of rate of reaction is observed in the presence of 4M LiCl compared with the rate or reaction observed with 0.18 M NaCl at 60°C, to a lower extreme on the order of 10-9 micrograms. Interestingly, the reaction rate increase for high concentrations of DNA:DNA or DNA:RNA reactions is lower than that for low concentrations of DNA:DNA and RNA:RNA reactions. Thus, the method of the present invention is applicable to both high and low concentrations of reactants. Along these lines, preferred reaction solution volumes will be on the order of a millilitre or less to a fraction of a microlitre. However, it should be emphasized that other reaction solution volumes are contemplated as being within the scope of the present ...
TY - JOUR. T1 - Renaturation of DNA by a Saccharomyces cerevisiae protein that catalyzes homologous pairing and strand exchange. AU - Heyer, W. D.. AU - Evans, D. H.. AU - Kolodner, R. D.. PY - 1988. Y1 - 1988. N2 - A protein from mitotic Saccharomyces cerevisiae cells that catalyzes homologous pairing and strand exchange was analyzed for the ability to catalyze other related reactions. The protein was capable of renaturing complementary single-stranded DNA as evidenced by S1 nuclease assays and analysis of the reaction products by agarose gel electrophoresis and electron microscopy. Incubation of the yeast protein with complementary single-stranded DNA resulted in the rapid formation of large aggregates which did not enter agarose gels. These aggregates contained many branched structures consisting of both single-stranded and double-stranded DNA. These reactions required stoichiometric amounts of protein but showed no ATP requirement. The protein formed stable complexes with both ...
A fraction of rat-liver chromatin that is transcriptionally active in vivo has been purified 6- to 7-fold over whole chromatin. This was accomplished by selectively shearing chromatin with DNase II followed by fractionating the released portion on the basis of its solubility properties in 2 mM MgCl2. The resulting soluble material comprises 11% of the total chromatin DNA and is impoverished in histone and enriched in nonhistone protein. Compared with unsheared chromatin, this minor fraction exhibits marked differences in chromosomal protein species. DNA renaturation studies indicate that this fraction is composed of a specific subset of whole genomal DNA sequences. Furthermore, DNA·RNA hybridization experiments suggest that almost 60% of the nonrepetitious DNA sequences of this minor fraction could code for cellular RNA. ...
you can renature the protein (most of the time) by equilibrating the gel in buffer containing triton x-100 (it may also work on the protein bound to a membrane).. ...
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Reassociation kinetics of Daucus carota and Petroselinum crispum ( Apiaceae), and Datura innoxia ( Solanaceae) are presented. Hybridization of3H-labelled DNA of two carrot cultivars indicate strong...
A novel sequence of peptide nucleic acid (PNA; beta-Ala-(T10)-beta-Ala-NH2) containing ten thymine monomers and beta-alanine amino acid at both (C and N) terminal of main chain was synthesized manually using solid phase tBoc peptide chemistry. Synthesized PNA (beta-Ala-(T10)-beta-Ala-NH2) were analyzed and purified using RP-HPLC and characterized by MALDI-TOF mass spectrometry. The hybridization of beta-Ala-(T10)-beta-Ala-NH2 with its complementary single strand DNA (cDNA; A10) was established in liquid phase through non denaturing gel electrophoresis and UV-thermal denaturation curve at 1 µM concentration. The Tm of hybrid was observed 40.05 °C. The nano-FET devices were designed and fabricated in our group. The PNAs were covalently immobilized on device surface with alkyl-thiol self assembled monolayer. DAPI nucleic acid stain and fluorescine labeling methods were used to prove the binding of PNA with its cDNA on nano FET surface from 10 nM solution, using fluorescent microscopic imaging. beta-Ala-
To isolate plasmid DNA from an overnight culture of cells, the media is removed from the cells by centrifugation. The cells are resuspended in "Solution I" which contains Tris to buffer the cells and EDTA to bind divalent cations in the lipid bilayer, thereby weakening the cell envelope. Upon the addition of "Solution II," the chromosomal DNA and the plasmid DNA are denatured by the sodium hydroxide, and the cellular proteins and lipids are dissolved by the detergent, sodium dodecyl sulfate (SDS). The pH of the solution is returned to neutral by the potassium acetate in "Solution III." At neutral pH the SDS precipitates from solution, carrying with it the dissolved proteins and lipids. In addition, the DNA strands renature at neutral pH. The chromosomal DNA, which is much longer than the plasmid DNA, renatures as a tangle that gets trapped in the SDS precipitate. The plasmid DNA renatures normally and stays in a water based solution. In this way the plasmid DNA is separated from the chromosomal ...
To isolate plasmid DNA from an overnight culture of cells, the media is removed from the cells by centrifugation. The cells are resuspended in "Solution I" which contains Tris to buffer the cells and EDTA to bind divalent cations in the lipid bilayer, thereby weakening the cell envelope. Upon the addition of "Solution II," the chromosomal DNA and the plasmid DNA are denatured by the sodium hydroxide, and the cellular proteins and lipids are dissolved by the detergent, sodium dodecyl sulfate (SDS). The pH of the solution is returned to neutral by the potassium acetate in "Solution III." At neutral pH the SDS precipitates from solution, carrying with it the dissolved proteins and lipids. In addition, the DNA strands renature at neutral pH. The chromosomal DNA, which is much longer than the plasmid DNA, renatures as a tangle that gets trapped in the SDS precipitate. The plasmid DNA renatures normally and stays in a water based solution. In this way the plasmid DNA is separated from the chromosomal ...
The resuspension solution is used to break the bacteria and to degrade RNA; the neutralization solution because when you add NaOH the pH increases and you need to lower it to 8 so that your plasmid DNA renatures and goes in solution while the genomic and the RNA can precipitate; the DNA purification resin is used, as the name says, to purify DNA. ...
Reverse transcriptases can synthesize a complementary DNA strand initiating from a primer using RNA (cDNA synthesis) or single-stranded DNA as a template.
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Experimental strategy of the normalized process. The main objective of this study was to construct a normalized library with approximately equal representation of all the mRNA sequences in order to increase the chances of identifying rare genes in embryoid tissues. The normalized cDNA library denoted EON was constructed based on the reassociation kinetics reaction. Effectiveness of the normalization process was confirmed through direct sequencing and dot blot analysis. Direct sequencing of 1,007 randomly picked ESTs demonstrated changes in the redundancy level of certain genes in EON library compared to the standard EO library. Frequency of genes, such as ribosomal protein, metallothionein-like protein, lipid transfer protein homolog and cys-peroxiredoxin, which were reported to be highly abundant in the standard EO library were reduced in the EON library. The frequency of low abundance genes like pectinesterase, early nodulin, PBS lyase HEAT-like repeat-containing protein and crumpled leaf were ...
Experimental strategy of the normalized process. The main objective of this study was to construct a normalized library with approximately equal representation of all the mRNA sequences in order to increase the chances of identifying rare genes in embryoid tissues. The normalized cDNA library denoted EON was constructed based on the reassociation kinetics reaction. Effectiveness of the normalization process was confirmed through direct sequencing and dot blot analysis. Direct sequencing of 1,007 randomly picked ESTs demonstrated changes in the redundancy level of certain genes in EON library compared to the standard EO library. Frequency of genes, such as ribosomal protein, metallothionein-like protein, lipid transfer protein homolog and cys-peroxiredoxin, which were reported to be highly abundant in the standard EO library were reduced in the EON library. The frequency of low abundance genes like pectinesterase, early nodulin, PBS lyase HEAT-like repeat-containing protein and crumpled leaf were ...
Recombinant human Adiponectin protein was expressed in E.coli and purified by conventional chromatography, after refolding of the isolated inclusion bodies in a renaturation buffer.