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accepted conservation of C-peptide sequence in the guinea pig
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comment conservation of C-peptide sequence in the guinea pig
and where can I find the protein sequence? is there a database?
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comment conservation of C-peptide sequence in the guinea pig
I would like to compare the protein sequence (amino acid sequence) to know wether I could use anti C-peptide that reacts for human to detected C-peptide or proinsulin in guinea pig pancreas
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asked conservation of C-peptide sequence in the guinea pig
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accepted What is the proper quick freezing /snap freezing protocol for pancreatic tissue?
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answered Lateral, axional and temporal resolutions for imaging in vivo
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accepted intravenous (IV) in the tail vein of an anaesthetized mouse
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asked What is the proper quick freezing /snap freezing protocol for pancreatic tissue?
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asked intravenous (IV) in the tail vein of an anaesthetized mouse
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accepted Reverse transcription PCR optimization
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accepted Absorption ratios 260/280 and 260/230 for RNA
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comment Reverse transcription PCR optimization
yes! I should have be more accurate. Thanks
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comment Absorption ratios 260/280 and 260/230 for RNA
Indeed I remember than the sample with the ratio 260/230 had two peaks. In my case the values for the 260/230 ratio are never higher than the 260/280 which indicate I have contamination. What can be the consequences not to have the correct values for these ratio for a PCR? I will extract RNA soon. How can I prevent a contamination next time? What is the good practice?