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Removing heavy/light chains in IP blots
I'm trying to rid heavy chains from my IP. I have a mouse monoclonal antibody to ip my protein of interest, and I want to see the interaction with a protein of 22KDa (runs at light chain level) and one protein of 60KDa (at heavy chain level more or less). What do you recommend me to do?I have read a lot of things...I'm a little bit confused....
Thanks in advance!!!
Re: Removing heavy/light chains in IP blots
To avoid detection of the heavy chain use a light chain specific secondary Ab. Likewise use a Fc fragment specific secondary Ab to avoid detection of the light chain.
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