||Selective Purification and Chemical Labeling of Target Protein on Ruthenium Photocatalyst-Immobilized Affinity Beads
Selective Purification and Chemical Labeling of Target Protein on Ruthenium Photocatalyst-Immobilized Affinity Beads
佐藤, 伸一 ,
Sato, Shinichi ,
中村, 浩之Nakamura, Hiroyuki
4841 , 2017-04
Selective purification and chemical labeling of a target protein in a protein mixture were simultaneously achieved on the surface of affinity beads functionalized with ligands, such as benzenesulfona- mide and methotrexate (MTX), and a ruthenium complex containing 2,20-bipyridine-4,40-dicarboxylic acid (dcbpy). Chemical labeling of the target protein with a tyrosine radical trapper (TRT) proceeded on the surface of the beads when the target protein was in close proximity to the ruthenium photocatalyst. Both the protein purifi- cation and chemical labeling abilities of the affinity beads functio- nalized with ruthenium photocatalyst were not compromised after recycling several times. Dihydrofolate reductase (DHFR) endogenously expressed in HeLa cells was detected by chemical labeling with biotin-TRT on the affinity beads with high sensitivity compared to the conventional silver staining method.