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Protein purification using mouse anti-Myc Tag IgG (Breslauer)

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Old 12-23-2006, 05:33 AM
Lu Falong
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Default Protein purification using mouse anti-Myc Tag IgG (Breslauer)



proteins-request,

For monoclonal antibody, it is essential for you to test whether protein A or protein G works well. You can not predict which one works well though generally protein G works better than protein A do. However, it could be possible that you antibody binds neither protein A nor protein G!




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