Receptor Binding Techniques by Brinda K. Rana, Paul A. Insel (auth.), Anthony P. Davenport

By Brinda K. Rana, Paul A. Insel (auth.), Anthony P. Davenport (eds.)

Maintaining the excessive criteria set through the profitable first variation, Anthony P. Davenport and a panel of hands-on researchers from the pharmaceutical and academia benefit from the most recent advancements to supply targeted useful tools for learning receptors in silico, in vitro, and in vivo. those easily reproducible concepts conceal mining from curated databases, picking novel receptors through excessive throughput screening, molecular easy methods to establish mRNA encoding receptors, radioligand binding assays and their research, quantitative autoradiography, and imaging receptors through positron emission tomography (PET). Highlights comprise phenotypic characterization of receptors in knock-out mice, imaging receptors utilizing eco-friendly fluorescent protein and fluorescent resonance strength move, and quantitative research of receptor mRNA by way of TaqMan polymerase chain response (PCR). those ligand binding concepts are ideal for exploring the unheard of variety of new receptor structures now rising and the so-called "orphan" receptors whose activating ligand has no longer been pointed out. The protocols stick to the profitable equipment in Molecular Biology™ sequence layout, each one supplying step by step laboratory directions, an creation outlining the primary at the back of the approach, lists of the required gear and reagents, and tips about troubleshooting and warding off recognized pitfalls.
finished and cutting-edge, Receptor Binding strategies, moment version bargains educational and advertisement researchers within the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries a suite of confirmed innovations for the profitable characterization of receptors and the phenotyping of transgenic animals, together with knock-outs.

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Both ISHH and Northern hybridization exploit the principle that singlestranded nucleic acid sequences anneal to their complementary nucleic acid sequence. It therefore follows that when the single-stranded nucleic acid sequence is tagged or labeled (to produce a probe), the location of this hybridization can be detected. Northern hybridization is a relatively rapid method of detecting the presence, abundance, and size of specific RNA species within the population of cells from a given region: the RNA is first extracted from its tissue source, size fractionated by electrophoresis, transferred from the electrophoresis gel, and immobilized onto a membrane phase before being hybridized with a labeled complementary nucleic acid probe (15,16).

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Isolation of DNA-Free RNA Removal of genomic DNA contamination from the RNA samples to be analyzed and avoidance of RNases is critical (see Note 2), especially in cases where PCR amplification utilizes TaqMan primers which span a single exon (because TaqMan PCR works most efficiently using small amplicons of approx 100 bp, low-fidelity genomic DNA amplification is less likely to become an issue if forward and reverse primers are separated by the large intronic stretches of DNA commonly found in genomic DNA).

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