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961. Ponceau Staining Question - (reply: 1)
962. Beginner Question: Membrane position during Blocking and washing? - (reply: 1)
963. bubbles between gel and glass plate - (reply: 9)
964. Want to detect oligomers - Need advice on native PAGE (reply: 2)
965. 2D SDS-PAGE - wave spots problem - problem with pattern distorsion - "wave spots" (reply: 3)
966. Primary antibody incubation length - (reply: 3)
967. How to extract protein from SDS-PAGE gel? - (reply: 7)
968. colorimetry vs chemiluminescence - (reply: 1)
969. antribody gone old? - (reply: 11)
970. Yellow Laemmli sample buffer - (reply: 6)
971. Antibody Characterization - KO vs. WT or Heterologous overexpression (reply: 8)
972. does 1% SDS prevents proteases? - (reply: 8)
973. Guanidinium Chloride - (reply: 11)
974. many bands of smaller size than expected - (reply: 3)
975. how to solve fungus problem on SDS PAGE gel - (reply: 4)
976. Unusually viscous samples - Protein Sample Preparation (reply: 2)
977. SDS page problems - (reply: 1)
978. SDS-PAGE irregular and difuse bands - what's your opinion? (reply: 8)
979. SDS-PAGE Cell lysis problems - (reply: 3)
980. Using Photoshop etc on Western bot images - (reply: 8)
981. Ghost bands in western blot - Western blotting problems (reply: 9)
982. Why immunoblotting of actin coming at higher Molec. Weight - (reply: 1)
983. x-ray films vs direct imaging - Preferred method for western development (reply: 17)
984. proteins stuck at interface between stack and separating gel - (reply: 2)
985. Visualizing Small Peptides - Using SDS-PAGE to check for expression of small proteins (reply: 16)
986. Lost my proteins ! - (reply: 3)
987. beginner's Questions on Western Blotting - (reply: 4)
988. lost signal - (reply: 4)
989. Using NaN3 to quench HRP conjugated secondary Ab - (reply: 1)
990. White speckles on western blots - Why?? :( (reply: 3)

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