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Rapid GST Inclusion Body Solubilization and Renaturation Kit

Purif Reaktivität: Bakterien
Produktnummer ABIN2344796
  • Reaktivität
    Purification (Purif)
    The Rapid GST Inclusion Body Solubilization and Renaturation Kit is designed to retrieve expressed GST fusion protein in soluble form after lysis and extraction procedures. The detergent solubilization and neutralization reagents contained in the kit provides the most effective means for solubilizing and renaturing aggregated proteins without lengthy dialysis steps. The solubilization and neutralization steps only take 2 hrs (see Figure 1). The kit provides enough reagents for solubilizing and renaturing up to 5-10 liters of bacterial culture.
    The Rapid GST Inclusion Body Solubilization and Renaturation kit contains a proprietary detergent formulation that provides several advantages over conventional GuHCl or Urea solubilization and refolding method: Designed specifically for solubilizing and renaturing GST inclusion bodies Time saving: without lengthy dialysis or dilution step No pH variation and Redox Pair involved, easy to use Figure 1 - GST Inclusion Bodies Solubilization and Renaturation Flow Chart 2
    1. 10X STE Buffer : One bottle - 120 mL of 500 mM Tris, pH 7.5, 1.5 M NaCl, 10 mM EDTA
    2. Detergent Solubilization Solution : One bottle - 60 mL
    3. Detergent Neutralization Solution : One bottle - 60 mL
    Benötigtes Material
    1. Lysozyme
    2. Proteinase Inhibitor Cocktail
    3. Glutathione Agarose Bead Slurry
    4. PBS containing 1 % Triton X-100
    5. Reduced Glutathione
    6. Heating Block
  • Applikationshinweise
    Optimal working dilution should be determined by the investigator.

    • Quickly solubilize and renature GST inclusion bodies
    • No lengthy dialysis or dilution steps
    • No pH variation or redox pair involved

    Aufbereitung der Reagenzien

    1X STE Extraction Buffer: freshly add 1 mM of DTT, 0.2 mg/mL of Lysozyme and proteinase inhibitor cocktail when diluting 10X STE Buffer to 1X STE Extraction Buffer with dH2O. Keep the solution on ice. Diluted Detergent Solubilization Solution: according to Table 1, prepare a serial of two-fold dilution of Detergent Solubilization Solution with 1X STE Extraction Buffer. 1X STE Detergent Solubilization Extraction Tubes Solution (μL) Buffer (μL) 1 300 0 2 150 of Tube #1 150 3 150 of Tube #2 150 4 150 of Tube #3 150 5 0 150 Table 1. Dilution of Detergent Solubilization Solution 3


    I. Induction of recombinant GST fusion protein expression in E. coli culture. Induction conditions, such as IPTG concentration, culture temperature and time, should be decided by the user. II. Bacterial cell lysis, inclusion body solubilization and renaturation

    1. Pellet 200 mL of E. Coli culture by spinning 10 minutes at 5000 g at 4 °C.
    2. Resuspend cell pellet in 10 to 20 mL of cold 1X STE Extraction Buffer. Break cells by brief pulses of sonication on ice until the sample is no longer viscous.
    3. Transfer 0.9 mL of cell lysate/inclusion body mixture to a tube and add 100 μL of diluted Detergent Solubilization Solution including undiluted Detergent Solubilization Solution and 1X STE Extraction Buffer as a blank (see Table 1) . Incubate on ice for one hour. Mix by inversion occasionally.
    4. Spin 15 minutes at 12000 g, transfer 0.9 mL of supernatant to another tube.
    5. Add 100 μL of Detergent Neutralization Solution. Incubate on ice for one hour. Mix by inversion occasionally. Save 50 μL for SDS-PAGE analysis.

    III. GST Purification and SDS-PAGE

    1. Add 50 μL of Gluthione Agarose beads (50 % slurry) to the 1 mL cell extract containing renatured GST fusion protein.
    2. Incubate 1-2 hr at room temperature or overnight at 4 °C. Mix by inversion.
    3. Wash beads three times with 1X PBS containing 1 % Triton X-100.
    4. Carefully aspirate all supernatant and add 25 μL of 2X SDS-PAGE Sample Buffer directly to the washed beads. Vortex and heat 5 minutes on a heating block.
    5. Determine the optimal detergent amount for solubilizing and renaturing GST inclusion body by running a SDS-PAGE.

    IV. Fusion Protein Purification

    1. Purify in large scale using the optimal detergent amount as defined above.
    2. To ensure maximal recovery of renatured GST fusion protein, we recommend overnight incubation of cell extract with GS-beads at 4 °C. 4

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  • Lagerung
    Informationen zur Lagerung
    Store all kit components at room temperature.
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  • Hintergrund
    Bacteria are widely used for His or GST tagged recombinant protein expression. GST fusion proteins in soluble form are purified from bacterial lysates by affinity chromatography using immobilized glutathione. However, recombinant proteins expressed in bacteria often form inclusion bodies, especially when they are expressed at high levels. It is not known exactly how they are formed, but it is thought that the protein within the inclusion body is partially or incorrectly folded. Once these inclusion bodies are formed, it is very difficult to solubilize them in a native, active conformation.
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