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Co-IP and LC-Mass

LC-MASS co-ip

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#1 seahow

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Posted 04 February 2012 - 06:50 PM

I want to use lc-mass to analyzes my co-ip .
My first question is does the buffer of co-ip can be directly used in lc-mass. I hear the buffer of co-ip cannot be used with 2D gel.
My second question this how many compositions can be analyzed using the method(co-ip add lc-mass) and how much the loading quality needed.
My third question is whether two co-ip is needed[font=&#23435]?[/font][font="Times New Roman"] I see somebody use two different epitopes to ip the protein for example using antibody for FLAF tag and the protein own. Whether 2 co-ip need relatively more protein loading.[/font]
[font="Times New Roman"]What is lc-mass-mass? The advantage by adding additional mass. [/font]

thanks alot!

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Posted 05 February 2012 - 05:39 PM

waitting for your answer

#3 Michael_Ford

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Posted 06 February 2012 - 06:45 AM

Hi,

Are you planning on doing your own LC-MS/MS analysis? My colleagues and I at MS Bioworks have an analytical service specifcally tailored for the analysis of Co-IP samples. If you would like to learn more please call 734-929-5083 or email info@msbioworks.com

Good luck,

Michael Ford, Ph.D.
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MS Bioworks, LLC
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Ann Arbor, MI 48108

Office: 734-929-5083
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