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[[Image:BSA AuNPs20131206.jpg | 600px]]
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[[Image:Myoglobin AuNPs20131206.jpg | 600px]]
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[[Image:HbAuNPs20131206.jpg | 600px]]
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[[InvertaseAuNPs20131206.jpg | 600px]]
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[[Image:CatalaseAuNPs20131206.jpg | 600px]]
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[[Image:HRPAuNPs20131206.jpg | 600px]]
==Notes==
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Revision as of 16:41, 4 March 2014

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Objective

Setting up Protein-AuNP samples for TEM at NIST

Description

Stock solutions

  1. HAuCl4
    1. 24.6 mg
    2. MW = 393.85 g/mol
    3. Volume = 25 mL
    4. 2.5mM
  2. BSA
    1. 10.0 mg
    2. MW = 66776 g/mol
    3. Volume = 10 mL
    4. 15.0 uM
  3. Horseradish peroxidase
    1. 8.3 mg
    2. MW = 44000 g/mol
    3. Volume = 10 mL
    4. 18.9 uM
  4. Pepsin
    1. 6.9 mg
    2. MW = 34620 g/mol
    3. Volume = 10 mL
    4. 19.9 uM
  5. Myoglobin
    1. 2.7 mg
    2. MW = 16951 g/mol
    3. Volume = 25 mL
    4. 15.7 uM
  6. Lysozyme
    1. 2.5 mg
    2. MW = 17.1 g/mol
    3. Volume = 25 mL
    4. 17.1 uM
  7. hemoglobin
    1. 15.2 mg
    2. MW = 64500 g/mol
    3. Volume = 10 mL
    4. 23.6 uM
  8. Invertase
    1. 46.7 mg
    2. MW = 270000 g/mol
    3. Volume = 10 mL
    4. 16.3 uM
  9. Catalase
    1. 40.8 mg
    2. MW = 250000 g/mol
    3. Volume = 10 mL
    4. 16.3 uM

Samples

Data

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