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Hi there,

Newbie member here! Just a quick question - does anyone know the best way to prepare tendon tissue for 2D gel analysis. Following on from some interesting histopathology - the aim is to compare and contrast the proteins present in healthy and diseased tendon tissue from poultry. Potentially i'd be looking at doing mass spec on the tendons too if we find anything of interest.

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