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Determining number of peptide strands

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Default Determining number of peptide strands



theory problem:

using SDS-page i measure the size of a protein to be 4000 daltons

then using mercapto and iodoacetate the same result is obtained 4000 daltons.

What does this mean, and how many peptide strands can i expect.

(we assume average 110 daltons/ amino acid)

please help.
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