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Old 11-28-2007, 04:37 PM
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Old 11-28-2007, 05:08 PM
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Hey,
This is Kimo. Yeah, I posted a question in the Protein science forum but I guess it doesn't count as a 'posting'. So here is mine. Take it easy...
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hi sir i m from pakistan and want to get admission in ur universty plz tell me immidiatly ur procedure for admission in this session i shell be thank full to u .
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Hi, This is Bishnu Joshi
Peptide Chemistry researcher,useful discussion forum for all worldwide peptide chemist and molecular biologist.
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i'm a newby to mol bio. just stated my grad course. so i might find this a useful forum for future problems i might have
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Old 12-05-2007, 12:15 AM
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me Avatar Maha Avatar..New to this site. Hope i will enjoy this site.. Let see
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Hello All,
Am currently having a problem in Western Blotting. Am investigating the expression of HIF-1alpha,in Insulinoma cells produced from Rabbit. The primary antibody am using is labelled "Protein G-purified Rabbit Anti-Human/mouse HIF-1alpha antibody and my secondary antibody labelled "Anti Rabbit IGn/HRP". My dilemma is if the absence of bands on my film be due to the fact that my cells are of Rabbit origin while the primary antibody is directed against "human/mouse" even though it was purified in Rabbit. Should it be "uman/Rabbit"then? All comments are welcomed.
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