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awarded  Informed
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comment How to use mechanical microstrainer to extract tissue proteins from human?
@shigeta, it is some sort of milli-pore filter that would disrupt tissue by vortexing. I have never used it, here you can find a reference that used it.
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revised How to use mechanical microstrainer to extract tissue proteins from human?
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asked How to use mechanical microstrainer to extract tissue proteins from human?
May
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revised What would be the best design for spike-and-recovery and linearity-of-dilution validation experiments in one 96-well ELISA plate?
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revised What would be the best design for spike-and-recovery and linearity-of-dilution validation experiments in one 96-well ELISA plate?
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revised What would be the best design for spike-and-recovery and linearity-of-dilution validation experiments in one 96-well ELISA plate?
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accepted What would be the best design for spike-and-recovery and linearity-of-dilution validation experiments in one 96-well ELISA plate?
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answered What would be the best design for spike-and-recovery and linearity-of-dilution validation experiments in one 96-well ELISA plate?
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Apr
12
comment What would be the best design for spike-and-recovery and linearity-of-dilution validation experiments in one 96-well ELISA plate?
@dd3, my concern is that when these questions will be separated and answered individually, the answers can easily be misleading, out of context, and not taking advantage of the different approaches being aggregated into one place, it is a stack exchange after all.
Apr
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revised What would be the best design for spike-and-recovery and linearity-of-dilution validation experiments in one 96-well ELISA plate?
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asked What would be the best design for spike-and-recovery and linearity-of-dilution validation experiments in one 96-well ELISA plate?