By John M. Walker
Univ. of Hertfordshire, Hatfield, united kingdom. offers a cross-section of analytical thoughts favourite for proteins and peptides. each one bankruptcy opens with an outline of the elemental conception in the back of the tactic being defined. define layout. prior version: c1996. Hardcover, softcover additionally to be had.
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216, 232–233. BCA for Protein Quantitation 11 3 The Bicinchoninic Acid (BCA) Assay for Protein Quantitation John M. Walker 1. Introduction The bicinchoninic acid (BCA) assay, first described by Smith et al. (1) is similar to the Lowry assay, since it also depends on the conversion of Cu2+ to Cu+ under alkaline conditions (see Chapter 2). The Cu+ is then detected by reaction with BCA. The two assays are of similar sensitivity, but since BCA is stable under alkali conditions, this assay has the advantage that it can be carried out as a one-step process compared to the two steps needed in the Lowry assay.