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Old 06-14-2008, 05:54 PM
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Has anybody using Biotin label DNA and detecting by streptavidin IR dyes?
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Hello Kaneja,
yes I have used biotin labeled DNA and streptavidin detection for EMSA, I am not sure what you mean about IR dyes? Do you have an example kit or method of detection?
very interesting if they have come out with IR detection for EMSA.

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