New Non-Destructive Method for the Analysis of Domains' Distribution in Proteins and Biomatrices. Nature of Domains

K. V. Zubow, A. V. Zubow, V.A. Zubow
2012 American Journal of Biochemistry  
A new non-destructive method to analyze rapidly the domain structure of proteins (lysozyme, chymotrypsinogen-A, ovalbumin, albumin), protein solutions (water and buffer systems), and biomatrices containing proteins (hen eggs) has been developed. The gravitational mass spectra of lysozyme and chymotrypsinogen-A obtained from their solutions in buffer and water are given, the signals of domains, coils, sub micellar and micellar structures are discussed. Domains, coils and coils of protein
more » ... of protein associates are concluded to be emerged compelled at the expense of energy clusters (EC) in stationary gravitational waves of the space, in accordance with EC only certain domains are able to exist. of these processes as an unified, will allow a new level of problem solving in applied biophysics and biochemistry. It is therefore the aim of the present work to use the gravitational mass spectrometry for the analysis of mass heterogeneities in proteins and protein containing biomatrices.
doi:10.5923/j.ajb.20120202.03 fatcat:6x3264xnzjftzlcra4rgxi5kue