Bacteriophage T4 tail fibers as a basis for structured by Paul Hyman, Timothy Harrah

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This construct was designated p37S∆1UCS/T (universal cloning site) and was used for all subsequent modifications of the 37S∆1 mutant gene. We inserted the 15 amino acid ras epitope EEYSAMRDQYMRTGE (flanked with tetraglycines to allow for some conformational freedom) into the 37S∆1 deletion junction using the synthetic oligonucleotides shown in Figure 4-3C. This plasmid was designated p37S∆1ras2. At the same time we also constructed a control containing a non-epitopic segment of the ras protein that was designated p37S∆1ras1.

In an in vitro sensing platform based on Brownian sensing, this observed reduction of non-specific binding should improve the accuracy of detection. Any added control of particle size may also enhance sensitivity due to tighter particle size distributions. 48 Bacteriophage Tail Fibers An alternate approach to reduction of the surfactant layer is the use of smaller size PEG (or other steric) surfactants to temporarily (t < 24hrs) disperse particles while coupling NeutrAvidin and rods immediately following particle dispersion.

The p37S∆1UCS linker site showing the restriction enzyme recognition sites, cut locations and bordering amino acid sequences. B. The overhang sequences created by BsmBI digestion. C. The sequence of the oligonucleotides used to insert the Mab binding epitope with the overhangs for insertion into the cut linker shown in (B). The corresponding amino acid sequence is shown below the DNA sequence. GCGATGGTGGCGGTGGCGAAGAATACTCCGCAATGCGCGACCAGTACATGCGCACCGGTGAAGGTGGCGGTGGCA ACCACCGCCACCGCTTCTTATGAGGCGTTACGCGCTGGTCATGTACGCGTGGCCACTTCCACCGCCACCGTTACA G D G G G G E E Y S A M R D Q Y M R T G E G G G G N V AT GTA CAA TTT T GTT AAA N V Q P TTA AAT GGC GAT GAGACGGTACCGTCTC AAT GTA CAA TTT AAT TTA CCG CTA CTCTGCCATGGCAGAG TTA CAT GTT AAA L N G D N V Q P BsmBI KpnI C Ras epitope insert (in 37S∆1ras2 plasmid and phage) B A 34 Bacteriophage Tail Fibers Tail fiber modifications 35 frame, into the junction of the cloned 37S∆1 deletion (see Figure 4-3A and B).

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