How to remove RNase from immunoprecipitation?

Dr. Peter Gegenheimer PGegen at UKans.nolospamare.edu
Fri Sep 15 19:43:50 EST 2000


On Thu, 14 Sep 2000 21:04:49, Nick Theodorakis
<nicholas_theodorakis at urmc.rochester.edu> wrote:

ð Could your antibody have removed an endogenous RNase inhibitor present in
ð the extract?

Gee, I hope not!  :(
This is exactly what my student thought of. If true, we're #%^&!

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