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Protein Resuspension from TCA Acetone Precipitation

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Question Protein Resuspension from TCA Acetone Precipitation



Hi guys,
Does anyone know a good method for Protein Resuspension from TCA Acetone Precipitation?

I am going to quantitate the protein after resuspension and then in-solution digest the proteins.
Can anyone help me?
thanx
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