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detecting Abeta fom mice brains

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Default detecting Abeta fom mice brains



i have been trying to make a western blot for amyloid beta protein (4kDa) from mice brains for months now with no use, i never obtain the monomer, always oligomers and NUMEROUS non specific bands. tried to change the 1ry Ab with no use... any suggestions?
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