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Ion Exchange Laboratory. Pre-Lab Discussion Outline. Column chromatography Types and principles Focus on: ion exchange chromatography Ion exchange experiment Sample mixture: GFP and cytochrome c Pour column Purification protocol Spetrophotometer For your information slides

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Ion exchange laboratory

Ion Exchange Laboratory


Pre lab discussion outline

Pre-Lab Discussion Outline

Column chromatography

Types and principles

Focus on: ion exchange chromatography

Ion exchange experiment

Sample mixture: GFP and cytochrome c

Pour column

Purification protocol

Spetrophotometer

For your information slides

Spectrophotometer

Standard curve


Types of column chromatography

Types of Column Chromatography

Ion Exchange

Gel Filtration

Affinity


Basis for separation

Basis for separation

Ion Exchange

Gel Filtration

Affinity

Charge

Size

Conformation


Ion exchange chromatography

Ion Exchange Chromatography

Separates molecules based on charge

A solid charged cellulose matrix with a charge is used

Solution of different charges are used


Types of ion exchangers

Types of Ion Exchangers

A cation exchanger

An anion exchanger


Today s ion exchange experiment

Today’s Ion Exchange Experiment

Objective: to separate two proteins of different charges from a sample mixture using an ANION EXCHANGER and then determine the concentration of one of these proteins using spectrophotometry.


Example of a biomedical application

Example of a biomedical application

  • Let’s say you have a population of cells (tumor + non-tumor) and the tumor cells express an abnormal protein of a different charge (but the same size) as the normal protein. You think this abnormal protein may contribute to tumor growth.

  • You want to separate these proteins and study them.


Obtain sample mixture of two proteins of different charges

Obtain sample mixture of two proteins of different charges

Green fluorescent protein(GFP): negatively charged (anionic) chromophores (26.9 kDa)

395 nm (major peak)

(NOTE: due to simulated dye product we will use 550 nm)!

Cytochrome c: positively (cationic) charge protein

(12.4 kD)


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GFP

238 amino acids

Used to follow gene expression


Cytochrome c

Cytochrome c

Highly conserved heme-protein

Associated with inner mitochondrial membrane

Participates in electron transport


Prepare anion exchanger column

Prepare anion exchanger column


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Your colors will be different!


Overview of your ion exchange experiment

Overview of your ion exchange experiment:

Separate GFP from cytochrome c

Add 0.01 M KOAc first

First remove (elute) and discard cytochrome c

Then add 0.5M KOAc next

Remove (elute) and save GFP


Add 0 5 ml sample mixture 1 mg ml of starting gfp to anion exchanger column

Add (0.5 ml) sample mixture (1 mg/ml of starting GFP) to anion exchanger column

Sample mixture:

cytochrome c positively charged (cationic)

and

GFP negatively charged (anionic)

Beads have a positive charge


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0.01 M Potassium Acetate

Cytochrome c elutes but GFP remains bound to column

How do you remove GFP from the bead?


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Now add the:

0.5 M Potassium acetate

GFP now elutes

Collect sample

Measure volume

Determine concentration


Measure the concentration of gfp by spectrophotometry

Measure the concentration of GFPby spectrophotometry


1 st calibration

1st Calibration

Empty

Zero transmission

Pure water

100% transmittance


Next gfp standard curve using serial dilutions

Next: GFP standard curve using serial dilutions:

* Stock GFP is 1 mg/ml

BE SURE YOU UNDERSTAND HOW TO PREPARE SERIAL DILUTIONS


Finally measure the gfp collected from the column

Finally measure the GFP collected from the column

  • Obtain absorbance values for your GFP collected from your column

  • Use your standard curve to convert absorbance to concentration

  • Sample mixture contained 1 mg/ml of GFP. (remember you added 0.5ml of this solution to your column)


Ion exchange worksheet

Ion exchange worksheet :

Please hand in a neatly presented:

1. Table with absorbance and corresponding concentration values

2. A graph of your GFP standard curve, be sure to label the axis

3. The concentration of your purified GFP(mg/ml)

4. The total amount of GFP purified (mg)

5. The volume (ml) of your collected (purified) GFP

6. The % recovery

= mg GFP purified/total amount GFP (mg) addded x 100

Note: If you diluted your purified GFP remember to use the dilution factor in your calculations


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Let’s Begin….

These additional slides are to help you review the principles of spectrophotometry and the use of a standard curve.


Instrumentation review

Instrumentation: Review

Spectrophotometer

T

A

0

100

plug


Calibration

Calibration

Spectrophotometer

Cuvette

(requires 4 ml)

T

A

0

100

plug

Set: 100% transmission with cuvette + water

Set: 0% transmission without cuvette


What is a standard curve

What is a standard curve?

  • A graph that allows a quantitative determination known concentration.


Why do we use standard curves

Why do we use standard curves?

To obtain quantitative measurements

In clinical settings

Measurement of blood hormones

Measurement of environmental carcinogens

Measurement of drugs

Measurement of antibodies (such as anti-HIV)


Example of standard curve step 1 data collection of known values

Example of Standard CurveStep 1: Data Collection of Known Values

Absorbance 260 nm

DNA ug/ml

0.0

0.2

0.4

0.6

0.8

1.0

0.0

0.18

0.35

0.60

0.70

0.95


Step 2 standard curve

Step 2. Standard Curve

1.0

.8

.6

.4

Absorbance (260nm)

(dependent variable)

.2

0

.2

.4

.6

.8

1.0

0

DNA (ug/ml)

(independent variable)


Step 3 use the curve to calculate unknowns

Step 3. Use the curve to calculate unknowns

1.0

.8

Unknowns

Prostate Tumor DNA Abs. 0.85

Normal Prostate DNA Abs. 0.40

.6

.4

Absorbance (280nm)

(dependent variable)

.2

= unknown values

X

X

0

X

.2

.4

.6

.8

1.0

0

DNA (ug/ml)

(independent variable)


Fyi ion exchange chromatography ph

FYI: Ion Exchange Chromatography & pH

Generally speaking, a protein will bind to a cation exchange resin if the buffer pH is lower than the isoelectric point (pI) of the protein, and will bind to an anion exchange resin if the pH is higher than the pI.


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