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I have performed EMSA and could see the shift after SYBR green staining.... but unforunately I could not see the shift for the same sample when I am using the radiolabelled probe.
only difference i could sense is the DNA conc. , in radiolabelled probe ( DNA conc. very less) compare to DNA what I have used for the SYBR green staining ....
why I am not observing the shift when i use radiolabelled probe !
please give me your suggestions...
thanks in advance and waiting for ur suggestions...
Re: EMSA problem
i can understand your frustrations. What probe did you use: P-32 or other? What nucleotide did you label? Is the probe made the exact same way in both experiments (salt, buffer, conditions)? Have you tried non-radiolabeled probe?
Re: EMSA problem
I have labelled the probe ( PCR fragment ) with end labelling (T4 kinase- gamma P32) and purified.
Iam sure probe is fine on gel with intact band , same PCR fragment used for the experiment and stain with ETBR or SYBR I could observed the shift , but not in the radiolabelled probe !... same conditions for the both the expts , no change at all.
I have not tried with non radiolabelled probe ( I mean not DIG labeling).
lookinig forward for the suggestions....
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