Lab 5 Summary - BS111L Lab 5 Protein Fingerprinting...

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Unformatted text preview: BS111L Lab 5: Protein Fingerprinting Notebook Summary Written by Tyler Syring Lab Partner: Devan Irving Objective We chose to test scenario 2. This, in general, is to test if the salmon picked up at the grocery store for dinner is actually salmon, or just a trout that’s muscle has been stained pink to resemble salmon. Results Protein’s Actin Myosin Shark Mom’s Salmon Trout Salmon Kaleidoscope Myosin--- + + + Myosin Heavy + + +--- Beta- galactosidase---- + + Bovine serum albumin-- + + + + Actin +- + + +- Tropomyosin +- + + +- Carbonic anhydrase- + + + + + Soybean trypsin inhibitor-- + +- + Myosin light chain 1 + + + +-- Myosin light chain 2 +- + + +- Myosin Light Chain 3 +- + +-- Lysozyme- +-- + + Aprotonin-- + + + + Samples Proteins in Common Total Proteins % Commonality Mom’s Salmon vs. Salmon 6 13 46.0% Mom’s Salmon vs. Trout 11 13 85.0% Mom’s Salmon vs. Shark 5 13 38% As you can see from the table above, the two samples that most resemble each other by protein characteristics happen to be Mom’s Salmon and Trout with a...
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This note was uploaded on 03/29/2008 for the course BIO 111L taught by Professor Heard during the Spring '08 term at Michigan State University.

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Lab 5 Summary - BS111L Lab 5 Protein Fingerprinting...

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