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I think that enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (or ELISA) is the best way to do so, given you have an antibody against the protein to coat the sample wells with... You could use mice to create polyclonal antibodies against your protein by injecting the protein and collecting the serum and purifying it...as long as there isn't similar proteins to the ...


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Yes, that mixture of shapes can happen. Differences in the nucleotide base sequences between the two alleles of a gene can lead to differences in amino acid sequence, which in some cases large differences in protein shape. One example would be if one allele changed a cystine codon to any other codon, leading to loss of a disulfide bond needed to stabilize ...



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