Protein extraction from frozen tissues?

Brian Cohen cohen at wadsworth.org
Fri Mar 26 09:50:08 EST 1999


For what it's owrth, we always thaw and then sonicate in 2x sample buffer,
then boil for 10 minutes and load.  Of course, it may depend on the tissue you
are working with, but for ovaries that seems to work.

Brian

Samuel Gray wrote:

> Does anyone have a good protocol for extracting total protein (for western
> blotting) from tissues frozen in liquid nitrogen? Should I pulverise the
> tissue whilst still frozen (as I would for RNA extraction) or allow the
> tissues to defrost and mince/sonicate in a protein extraction buffer?
>
> Thanks for any suggestions,
>
> Samuel Gray.
>
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