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we are currently using the invitrogen markers for our BN PAGE but our protein tends to sit in between them. does anyone know of any markers that

a. have a marker preferrably around the 200 and 300 kDa mark rather than the 140, 240 and 450 we currently are using?

b. react with ECL for BN westerns? Finally found a protocol that works for us, but the markers dont show up, so we always have to run a matching gel.

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