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What would cause proteins to get stuck in the stacking layer of a SDS-Page gel
Typically when proteins aggregate, they will get stuck at the top of the well. However, we're seeing some protein aggregate in the stacking layer even when we're treating the loading volume with DTT. ...
Aug 22 '12 at 6:41
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