Hi there, im not sure if this is in the right part of the forum, but here goes!
I've looked at a protein in cells in the lab (i'm not allowed to say which one)
I have been able to blot it on a Western, do immunofluorescence, and importantly Co-immunoprecipitate it.
Following mass spectrometry analysis of the co-ip sample, i got back another result as well that seemed like an interesting protein also.
I've since shown this one on western blots too, and immunofluorescence.
I want to be able to show how these two proteins interact with each other.
I've a feeling that when i knock down one of them, the other will be more up-regulated.
What is the best way to go about showing a protein:protein interaction?
Do i do yeast-2-hybrids, or a computational simulation? If so how do i go about them?
If it's not those methods, then what do i do?
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