[gmx-users] protein molecular weight?
Mark.Abraham at anu.edu.au
Sat May 30 07:16:23 CEST 2009
Chih-Ying Lin wrote:
>>From the following website=> it lists
> grade for molecular biology
> form lyophilized powder
> mol wt single-chain mol wt 14.7 kDa
> composition protein, ≥90%
> storage temp. -20°C
> How to get the molecular weight from the above protein properties?
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> L7651 Lysozyme from chicken egg white lyophilized powder, protein ...
> Thank you
> Chih-Ying Lin wrote:
>> Hi :
>> Would anyone explain how to get the protein molecular weight from the
>> following note from the catalog?
>> mol wt single-chain mol wt 14.7 kDa
> Where did this come from? Is this in the manual somewhere?
> In any case it's probably just an example of expected output from some utility.
>> What does it mean single-chain?
> Probably pertains to a single polypeptide in a larger complex, but without
> proper context, that's just a guess.
>> Is it correct =>
>> 1 kDa = 1000 Da = MW 1000. So MW 240 = 0.24 kDa.
>> Thank you
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