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enhanced migration according to molecular weight

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Hello,

I have a protein migrating in my gel much faster than predicted by its molecular weight. I already know that the expressed protein is complete without stopcodons and it's not degrading. Can somebody give me an explanation about this migration shift, I can't find anything in the literature?

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