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|Title:||A combined free flow electrophoresis and DIGE approach to compare proteins in complex biological samples|
|Citation:||Protein electrophoresis: methods and protocols, 2012 / Kurien, B.J., Scofield, R.H. (ed./s), vol.869, Ch.12, pp.135-146|
|Series/Report no.:||Methods in Molecular Biology; 869|
|Kim Y. C. Fung, Chris Cursaro, Tanya Lewanowitsch, Leah Cosgrove, Peter Hoffmann|
|Abstract:||Free flow electrophoresis (FFE) has been applied in numerous studies as a protein separation technique due to its multiple advantages such as fast and efficient sample recovery, high resolving power, high reproducibility, and wide applicability to protein classes. As a stand-alone platform however, its utility in comparative proteomic analysis is limited as protein samples must be run sequentially rather than simultaneously which introduces inherent variability when attempting to perform quantitative analysis. Here we describe an approach combining fluorescent CyDye technology (DIGE) with FFE to simultaneously separate and identify differentially expressed proteins in a model cell system.|
|Keywords:||Free flow electrophoresis|
|Rights:||© Springer Science+Business Media B.V. 2012|
|Appears in Collections:||Aurora harvest 2|
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