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Old 01-26-2004, 06:12 PM
Ihab O. Ismail
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Dear Arabidopsis Community,

I am looking for a reliable protocol on how to conduct Electrophilic Mobility
shift Assay on Arabidopsis. I understand that are mainly two components which
are the nuclear extract and then the reaction itself. Any help would be
greatly appreciated.

Ihab Ismail, Ph.D. Candidate
Plant Molecular Biology Research
Department of Horticulture (0327)
Virginia Tech-Blacksburg,VA 24061
Lab: (540) 231-3288

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