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1. gelatin zymogram - (reply: 1)
2. No or Super Strong Signal - (reply: 3)
3. Blotchy Blots - (reply: 2)
4. Storing temperature for protein after SDS sample buffer and boiling? - (reply: 2)
5. Dirty blots/high background - (reply: 4)
6. Heating to denature and reduce protein: same temperature? - (reply: 1)
7. Neurotoxicity of acrylamide - (reply: 2)
8. 2 bands very close in the expected place - (reply: 2)
9. Pressing Too Hard on Transfer Sandwich - (reply: 2)
10. bacterial culture volume for recombinant protein to be detected in Western Blot - (reply: 3)
11. SDS-PAGE High MW bands dissapear! - (reply: 6)
12. Non-specific binding of protein in western blot - (reply: 2)
13. SDS-PAGE vertical lane streaking - (reply: 1)
14. More than 10 min exposure time in chemiluminescence detection - (reply: 2)
15. Storing membrane after antibody incubation - (reply: 2)
16. layer in between resolving and stacking gel - (reply: 1)
17. Lane spillover (?) on Western Blot - (reply: 3)
18. mRNA vs protein correlation issues, breaks central dogma - (reply: 1)
19. ECM1 on a western blot, why is one band much lower than the rest? - (reply: 1)
20. Insanely difficult time trying to cast large FACE gel for PROTEAN XI system - (reply: 1)
21. black blot images on AI600 imager, .tif shows faint bands - (reply: 1)
22. No band detected in WB - (reply: 4)
23. Concentration of Sample Buffer to boil protein samples - (reply: 2)
24. Western Blot diffuse bands - (reply: 3)
25. Finding suitable Acrylamide/Bis-acrylamide ratio - (reply: 2)
26. Bubbles in western blot gel "AFTER" running gel - (reply: 2)
27. pIKK antibody for western blot (RAW 264.7 cells) - any recommendations? - (reply: 1)
28. Some bands transferred, some not..? Why??? - (reply: 1)
29. Digital imager questions on correction - (reply: 4)
30. Heat Denaturation without added denaturant (SDS or Urea) - (reply: 1)

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