Recent work has revealed that certain lanthanides—in particular, the more earth-abundant, lighter lanthanides—play essential roles in pyrroloquinoline quinone (PQQ) dependent alcohol dehydrogenases from methylotrophic and non-methylotrophic bacteria. More recently, efforts of several laboratories have begun to identify the molecular players (the lanthanome) involved in selective uptake, recognition, and utilization of lanthanides within the cell. In this chapter, we present protocols for the heterologous expression in Escherichia coli, purification, and characterization of many of the currently known proteins that comprise the lanthanome of the model facultative methylotroph, Methylorubrum extorquens AM1. In addition to the methanol dehydrogenase XoxF, these proteins include the associated c-type cytochrome, XoxG, and solute binding protein, XoxJ. We also present new, streamlined protocols for purification of the highly selective lanthanide-binding protein, lanmodulin, and a solute binding protein for PQQ, PqqT. Finally, we discuss simple, spectroscopic methods for determining lanthanide- and PQQ-binding stoichiometry of proteins. We envision that these protocols will be useful to investigators identifying and characterizing novel members of the lanthanome in many organisms.