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Original post by Eloades11 We done a lab where we purified a sample of ovalbumin from egg-white. I need some help understanding why we done some of these processes. When we mixed ammonium sulphate with the sample of egg-white, was this to denature the proteins?
No, this is ''salting out'' the proteins you need, it's part of a purification process. After mixing these with each sample, we recorded the absorbance readings at nm at intervals for 15 minutes. And what pattern should we have expected? Don't worry too much about answering this, our spectrophotometer kept giving us negative measurements, so we didn't record any results.
As it reacted you should have seen the byproducts formed from that reaction by spectrometry.
Then the DTNB was added and the absorbance was recorded for each sample. Why was there Tris in the samples? Probably acting as a buffer SDS is a chemical agent used to denature protein molecules, so this straightened out the polypeptide chain.
How would this affect the readings from the spectrophotometer? Tertiary structures of proteins include disulfide bonds which wouldn't react if the protein remained folded they wouldn't be thiols.INGREDIENTS, EXCIPIENTS, ADDITIVES, ADJUVENTS Egg Protein.
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thiol anddisulphide groups in hen ovalbumin has existed owing to lack of agreement in published results (Cecil &McPhee, ). The results have varied depending on the method used, on the presence or absence of denaturing agents, and on the authors reporting the results.
It has become apparent that the thiol groups of hen ovalbumin are not all equally reactive. INTRODUTION. Hen eggwhite have been extensively used as processed food ingredients, because of their functional properties of gelation and foam formation, ovalbumin proteins of chicken eggs have been used as processed food ingredients (Mine, ).
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Carboxymethylation of Thiol Groups in Ovalbumin: Implications for Proteins that Contain Both Thiol and Disulfide Groups DM Webster and EOP Thompson Australian Journal of .