Journal: Journal of Biochemical and Biophysical Methods, June 10
Title: A DIGE-based approach to study interacting proteins
Authors: A Lyakhovich; F Canals; M Nosov; J Surralles
Authors apply different in-gel electrophoresis techniques on native gel electrophoresis to study protein-protein interactions. They conclude that the study “shows a good potential for investigating various interacting partners and benefits towards creation of interactome.”


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