By Jonathan E. Hempel, Charles H. Williams, Charles C. Hong
This quantity seeks to allow the invention of instruments in chemical biology via offering readers with a number of options starting from preliminary chemical genetic screening to focus on identity. To effectively spotlight the basic parts of the chemical biology device discovery approach, the e-book is organizes into 4 elements that target structures for molecular discovery in in vitro cellular platforms, in vivo chemical genetic screening protocols, and techniques used to find sensible protein objectives. Written within the hugely profitable Methods of Molecular Biology sequence structure, chapters comprise introductions to their respective themes, lists of the required fabrics and reagents, step by step effectively reproducible laboratory protocols, and key pointers on troubleshooting and keeping off identified pitfalls.
Practical and informative, Chemical Biology: equipment and Protocols seeks to enhance the good fortune expense of the chemical biology box throughout the dissemination of specific and experiential knowledge.
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22. 1× PBS (sterile, without magnesium and calcium). 23. Antibodies: MYH6 clone MF20 (supernatant, Hybridoma Bank), α-Actinin (ascites solution, Sigma), PDGFRA directly 46 Sean Spiering et al. labeled with the fluorochrome allophycocyanin (APC) (saline solution, R&D Systems), anti-mouse Alexa 488 or 568 (2 mg/mL, Molecular Probes) (see Note 5). 24. Optical black 384-well plates. 25. 2× Trypan blue solution. 2 Cell Lines 1. Our preferred human embryonic stem cell line (hESC) H9 for screening carries a MYH6-mCherry reporter, and nuclear PGK1-H2B-GFP reporter .
7. Place the glass slides directly into a slide-staining basket in a square slide-staining chamber filled with blocking solution. 8. Shake the chamber on a figure-8 shaker at RT for 1 h. 9. Wash the glass slides by shaking them individually in beakers— twice with ethanol and twice with Milli-Q water. Dry the slides for 1 min with a spin dryer. 10. Package the dried slides in a box. Place them in sealer bags with desiccant and seal them with a vacuum sealer. Store the sealed slides at −20 °C until use.
1). Genetic interaction in model organisms has been a powerful tool to discover functional relationships among genes or their gene products [1, 2]. We have adapted this logic to identify small molecules, genes, or pathways that functionally interact with disease alleles. By analogy to genetic interaction screens, the first “hit” is a mutation in a gene of interest, such as a gene that influences disease susceptibility. , a kinase inhibitor). A synthetic phenotype can then be observed when a small molecule causes a qualitatively or quantitatively distinct phenotype in the presence of a wild-type Fig.