Purification of Spot-tagged GFP with Spot-Cap from HEK293T cell lysate in gravity flow column format. Elution 1-6: 6 fractions à 2 CVs Spot-peptide (100 μM) in PBS.
Workflow of Spot-Cap purification.
Spot-Cap has a higher selectivity than anti-DYKDDDDK resin. While Spot-Cap is optimized for minimal contamination of host cell proteins, the anti-DYKDDDDK resin binds significant amounts of mammalian proteins. Incubation of control HEK293T cell lysate expressing no tagged protein with Spot-Cap or anti-DYKDDDDK resin. Elution with 100 μM Spot-peptide or 0.1 g/L DYKDDDDK-peptide. Similar results were obtained for yeast, bacteria, and insect cell lysates (data not shown).
The elution efficiency of Spot-Cap is constant even after 4 regeneration cycles. Elution of Spot-tagged PCNA with Spot-peptide. R0: Reference (elution fraction of Spot-PCNA without regeneration); R1-R4: Elution fraction of Spot-PCNA after 1, 2, 3, and 4 regeneration cycles with 100 mM glycine pH 2.0.
Purification of Spot-tagged GFP with Spot-Cap from HEK293T cell lysate in batch format. Elution: 6 fractions à 2 BVs Spot-peptide (100 μM) in PBS.
Application of Spot-tag related products.