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hi,
I need some information about determining specific protein in 2-D gel.
antibodies are usually used to mark proteins in gel. I wonder that, can we use labeled DNA as a probe? i.e a protein which capable of binding a specific DNA fragment, can be determined in gel using labeled (for example fluoresans labeled) DNA fragment.
are there any body who have an information for this.
I really need your helps.
thank you.
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