wolfsc at ibms.sinica.edu.tw
Sat Aug 25 11:04:17 EST 2001
DNA subtraction is easy since one may utilize the double
stranded nature of DNA which is absent in proteins
The only method I am aware of is comparing 2D gels of protein
fractions obtained under different conditions, if necessary by
utilizing 35S methionine pulse chase labelling for increasing
sensitivity and/or mass spectrometry for identification.
Try to get hold of proteomics literature like the journal of the
same name, some monographs in this field or check Methods
in Enzymology Series in your library.
> Dear Netters,
> I just wonder if there is any method or principles for protein
> level subtraction, similar to that of SSH for cDNA subtraction,
> to dig out differentially expressed proteins from two groups of
> subjects? thanks in advance!
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Dr. Wolfgang Schechinger
Lab N233 (c/o Dr. Steve Roffler)
Institute of Biomedical Sciences
128 Yen-Chio Yuan Rd. Sec.2
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