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Biochemistry

9th Edition
Mary K. Campbell + 2 others
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 9781305961135
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Biochemistry

9th Edition
Mary K. Campbell + 2 others
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 9781305961135

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Chapter 5, Problem 23RE
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REFLECT AND APPLY Design an experiment to purify protein X on an anion-exchange column. Protein X has an isoelectric point of 7.0.

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Chapter 5 Solutions

Biochemistry
Ch. 5 - RECALL What is the basis for the separation of...Ch. 5 - RECALL What is the order of elution of proteins on...Ch. 5 - RECALL What are two ways that a compound can be...Ch. 5 - RECALL What are two ways that a compound can be...Ch. 5 - RECALL Why do most people elute bound proteins...Ch. 5 - RECALL What are two types of compounds that make...Ch. 5 - RECALL Draw an example of a compound that would...Ch. 5 - RECALL How can gel-filtration chromatography be...Ch. 5 - REFLECT AND APPLY Sephadex G-75 has an exclusion...Ch. 5 - REFLECT AND APPLY Referring to Question 19, could...Ch. 5 - RECALL What is the main difference between reverse...Ch. 5 - RECALL How does HPLC differ from ion-exchange...Ch. 5 - REFLECT AND APPLY Design an experiment to purify...Ch. 5 - REFLECT AND APPLY Referring to Question 23, how...Ch. 5 - REFLECT AND APPLY What could be an advantage of...Ch. 5 - REFLECT AND APPLY You wish to separate and purify...Ch. 5 - REFLECT AND APPLY An amino acid mixture consisting...Ch. 5 - REFLECT AND APPLY An amino acid mixture consisting...Ch. 5 - REFLECT AND APPLY In reverse-phase HPLC, the...Ch. 5 - REFLECT AND APPLY Gel-filtration chromatography is...Ch. 5 - RECALL What physical parameters of a protein...Ch. 5 - RECALL What types of compounds make up the gels...Ch. 5 - RECALL Of the two principal polymers used in...Ch. 5 - RECALL What types of macromolecules are usually...Ch. 5 - RECALL If you had a mixture of proteins with...Ch. 5 - RECALL What does SDSPAGE stand for? What is the...Ch. 5 - RECALL How does the addition of sodium...Ch. 5 - RECALL Why is the order of separation based on...Ch. 5 - RECALL The accompanying figure is from an...Ch. 5 - RECALL Why is it no longer considered necessary to...Ch. 5 - RECALL What useful information might you get if...Ch. 5 - REFLECT AND APPLY Show by a series of equations...Ch. 5 - REFLECT AND APPLY Why can the Edman degradation...Ch. 5 - REFLECT AND APPLY What would happen during an...Ch. 5 - REFLECT AND APPLY A sample of an unknown peptide...Ch. 5 - REFLECT AND APPLY A sample of a peptide of unknown...Ch. 5 - REFLECT AND APPLY You are in the process of...Ch. 5 - REFLECT AND APPLY You are in the process of...Ch. 5 - REFLECT AND APPLY Amino acid compositions can be...Ch. 5 - REFLECT AND APPLY Assume that you are getting...Ch. 5 - REFLECT AND APPLY Which enzymes or chemicals would...Ch. 5 - REFLECT AND APPLY With which amino acid sequences...Ch. 5 - BIOCHEMICAL CONNECTIONS What are the two principal...Ch. 5 - BIOCHEMICAL CONNECTIONS What is the advantage of...Ch. 5 - RECALL What is the basis for the technique called...Ch. 5 - RECALL What is the difference between a primary...Ch. 5 - RECALL What are some ways that the...Ch. 5 - RECALL What are the main procedures involved in a...Ch. 5 - RECALL Where did western blot get its name?Ch. 5 - REFLECT AND APPLY What is an advantage of using an...Ch. 5 - REFLECT AND APPLY What is the advantage to...Ch. 5 - REFLECT AND APPLY What is the point to labeling a...Ch. 5 - RECALL What is proteomics?Ch. 5 - REFLECT AND APPLY What is the purpose of the tag...Ch. 5 - REFLECT AND APPLY What are some of the assumptions...

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