How To Prepare Protein Complexes for Mass Spectrometry: Success Is in the Details
How To Guide Sep 29, 2019 | By Keiryn L. Bennett, PhD
Protein complexes are fundamental to the accurate ‘inner workings’ of a correctly-functioning cell and, it follows, of correctly-functioning tissues, organs and entire organisms.
The aim of this guide is to aid the experimental scientist in preparing samples for successful analysis by mass spectrometry and identification of the protein components of the complex.
Download this guide for advice on:
- Getting going: where and how to start
- Cell lysate preparation
- Protein concentration determination
- Isolating, purifying and concentrating protein complexes
- Plus much more!
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