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hey everyone,

i have been extracting mitochondria from HepG2 cells to look at certain activities. i will need to quantify the protein to normalize my activity, does anyone know if/how to extract the protein from mitochondria in order to quantify it? can you use the same buffers/procedure that you would for total cell protein?

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