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Old 10-10-2008, 03:35 AM
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Question EtBr in Western?

Hi, I am reading a paper the authors used EtBr in the Western - I have no idea what can it contribute (The proteins in the assay are supose to interact with DNA though) can someone elaborate?
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Default Re: EtBr in Western?

was is a far-western or south-western?

Could be for an analysis of DNA-protein or RNA-protein interactions.

let us know what paper this is.
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