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Default Lab procedure to obtain proteins from bones.



Hello all,

Could anyone help me finding a good lab protocole to extract total proteins from bones in a way to test antibodies by western blot and/or ELISA tests.

If anyone knows the procedure or links to such procedures (Forensics sciences?) please let me know.

100,000 thanks!

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