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Testing Extractants to Study How Protein Interacts with Iron Oxide Minerals Public Deposited

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  • The goals of this experiment highlighted in this poster were to find a suitable extractant to extract protein adsorbed onto iron oxide minerals and to determine whether those minerals can modify protein. Data obtained from this experiment provides crucial background information to study the effects hydrogen peroxide has on protein in the presence of an iron oxide mineral. We found in this experiment that Sodium dodecyl sulfate and Guanidine Hydrochloride were able to extract some of the protein off of iron oxide minerals. Additionally, NMR spectroscopy was used to analyze the protein for any modification revealed that the extracted protein remained unchanged.
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