Thermal shift assays measure the thermal stability of a target protein and the increase in protein melting temperature upon the binding of a ligand to the protein.
Protein melting is useful for identifying ligands, buffer conditions, cofactors and drugs affecting protein stability.
Reaction Biology now offers thermal shift assays for the reader domain proteins, including bromodomains, chromodomains and other methyl-readers.
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Related To Thermal Shift Assays
Differential Scanning Fluorimetry of RBC BRD2-Tndm (His) in Presence or Absence of (+)- JQ1.
Thermal denaturation of BRDT-Tndm (His) is detected by increased binding and fluorescence of the dye SYPRO Orange. Addition
of the BET Bromodomain inhibitor/ligand (+)- JQ1 stabilizes the protein folding and shifts the Tm from 41 to 44 degrees Celsius.