ABSTRACTThe aim of the experiment is to find out the concentration of mobile phone extracts (Bovine Serum Albumin, BSA) using the Bradford method. Stock resolution of BSA was made by diluting the protein solution to prepare concentrations ranging from 0.0mg/cm3 to 1.0mg/cm3 (Peck, 1998). 5cm3 of the Bradford dye reagent was added to 100?l of the solution and allowed to stand for 28mins. The absorbance of each solution is measured at 595 nm with the following results: 0.00 mg/cm3 = 0.00, 0.2 mg/ cm3 = 0.21, 0.4 mg/ cm3 = 0.34, 0.6 mg/ cm3 = 0.56, 0.8 mg/ cm3 = 0.68, and 1.0 mg/ cm3 = 0.80. The values of the absorbance were plotted against protein concentrations and the resulting line was used to imagine the concentrations of the unknown samples and the aim was achieved.
INTRODUCTIONProtein concentration determination of samples is very needed and it?s often used i.e. to know the amount of protein getable in a sample. Various methods for determining the protein concentrations in a sample are available but vary in ease of use, cost, and sensitivity. The most commonly used methods are the Bradford balk, Lowry assay and the BCA assay. In this case, the Bradford method, which is a dye binding method, is used.
It is faster, cheaper, and more sensitive, does non require heating, and has fewer mixing steps than the other methods above.
This method is based on the binding of protein to a dye, leading to a shift in the absorbance upper limit of the dye used. The dye, Coomassie blue, has a maximum of 464nm but when it binds to a protein, the maximum shifts to 595nm. After creating a example curve of protein concentrations of the known samples against absorbance, the concentrations of the unknown can be calculated. [Holme and Peck, 1998]MATERIALS...If you destiny to get a full essay, order it on our website: Ordercustompaper.com
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