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Labeling of ribosomal rna with iodine 125



Labeling of ribosomal rna with iodine 125



Archivum Immunologiae et Therapiae Experimentalis 31(4): 555-564



RNA [from Staphylococcus] was labeled with iodine in a reaction catalyzed by lactoperoxidase (LP). Labeling of RNA requires additional purification of LP on Sephadex G-100 and application of RNase inhibitors. Immobilized LP shows lower activity than the soluble enzyme but is still sufficient to label RNA to 7% IC [iodocytosine]. Immobilized enzyme is easy to remove from the post-reaction mixture and can be used many times. Optimum conditions for enzymatic labeling were as follows: concentration ratio C/KI for the soluble enzyme equal to 7.5 (for the immobilized enzyme-12). The oxidizing agent (H2O2) used in the enzymatic method of labeling at the concentrations required in the reaction (3.5 .times. 10-5 M) does not cause the degradation of nucleic acids as opposed to the oxidizing agent (TlCl3) used in the chemical method. The degree of RNA degradation increases with the amount of incorporated iodine. RNA preparations with a high degree of labeling (10% iodocytosine) by means of the chemical and enzymatic methods do not differ much. At lower labeling the enzymatic method produces less degraded preparations.

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