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Negatively charged purification tags for selective anion-exchange recovery
Protein Engineering Design & Selection
A novel strategy for the highly selective purification of recombinant fusion proteins using negatively charged protein domains, which were constructed by protein design, is described. A triple a-helical domain of 58 amino acids was used as scaffold. Far-ultraviolet circular dichroism measurements showed that the designed domains had very low a-helicity in a low-conductivity environment in contrast to the scaffold. The secondary structure could be induced by adding salt, giving a structuredoi:10.1093/protein/gzh092 pmid:15579490 fatcat:szor3n3tnjhfnanvgjsqniodta