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Spin down the beads and remove excess of TBST. Repeat wash four more times. Take care to remove all the residual TBST after the last wash. 7. Elute phages that remained bound to the beads with 200 µL of 1% SDS. Incubate at room temperature for 10 min (see Note 5). 8. Spin down the beads and plate 100 µL of the supernatant on a 150-mm agar plate immediately. 9. Mix the beads with the rest of the SDS solution and plate the remainder on a second plate (see Note 6). 56 Kurakin et al. 2. Plating Phage 1.

Wash beads with 20 mL of ice-cold PBS. Centrifuge at 500g for 5 min to sediment beads. Carefully aspirate the wash solution. 54 Kurakin et al. Fig. 3. A typical SDS-PAGE protein gel used to control for quality of the target protein preparation. Proteins were separated using Novex precast gels system (10% Bis-Tris gel with Z-[N-morpholino]ethane sulfonic acid buffer). ). Proteins were stained with the GelCode Blue Stain Reagent (Pierce). 5. Wash beads two more times. 6. Transfer beads into a siliconized Eppendorf tube.

54 Kurakin et al. Fig. 3. A typical SDS-PAGE protein gel used to control for quality of the target protein preparation. Proteins were separated using Novex precast gels system (10% Bis-Tris gel with Z-[N-morpholino]ethane sulfonic acid buffer). ). Proteins were stained with the GelCode Blue Stain Reagent (Pierce). 5. Wash beads two more times. 6. Transfer beads into a siliconized Eppendorf tube. 7. Sediment beads on a benchtop minicentrifuge, aspirate the residual buffer, and add 300 µL of PBS to generate 50% slurry.

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