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November 11, 2014
Bradford Calibration Curve - Take 2
Due to poor results in the past, Paul made a new Bradford calibration curve using varying amounts of 0.12 g/L lysozyme stock solution. He used varying amounts of the stock combined with 200 µL of Bradford reagent and enough 50 mM TRIS/50 mM NaCl buffer for a total sample volume of 1 mL.
CaCl2 ISE Calibration Curve - Take 2
For the same reason stated above, Paul also made a new Ca2+ by determining the potentials of the original 0.005, 0.05, 0.5, 5, and 50 mM CaCl2 solutions in addition to the 5, 15, 25, 35, and 45 mM CaCl2 solutions made last week.
Primary Experiment #3 - Take 2
0.6 g/L Lysozyme vs CaCl2 using MWCO 3500
30 µL samples of each of the dialyzed protein-containing samples were combined with 200 µL of Bradford reagent and 770 µL of 50 mM TRIS/50 mM NaCl buffer in order to run absorbance spectra, demonstrated numerically and graphically below:
10 µL samples of each of the dialyzed protein-containing samples were diluted with 990 µL of water in order to obtain fluorescence emission spectra at an excitation wavelength of 280 nm.
The following values correlate to starting CaCl2 solution concentrations of 5, 15, 25, 35, and 45 mM, respectively, top to bottom.
Primary Experiment #2
I set up another dialysis for 30:1 colloid vs. CaCl2 - 3500 MWCO
NOTE: I ran out of colloid; the well across from 45 mM CaCl2 was about half empty.