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2 D gel Electrophrosis - urine sample preparation

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Dear Friends

I try to do 2d gel electrophrosis in urine sample,but i get it no results in my sample. i prepare acetone precipitation and calculate protein and load it. pls inform me whether am i purify the precipitated protein,if so which brand available in marget to prepare protein sample in 2D gel.
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