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And Gorg, A. (2001). Improved silver staining protocols for high sensitivity protein identification using matrix-assisted laser desorption/ionization-time of flight analysis. Proteomics 1, 1359–1363. , and Ehrhardt, W. (1988). Improved staining of proteins in polyacrylamide gels including isoelectric focusing gels with clear background at nanogram sensitivity using Coomassie brilliant blue G-250 and R-250. Electrophoresis 9, 255–262. Oakley, B. , Kirsch, D. , and Morris, N. R. (1980). A simplified ultrasensitive silver stain for detecting proteins in polyacrylamide gels.

IV. COMMENTS When choosing the silver staining protocol it is necessary to remember that not all proteins are stained equally by this technique. , 1997). Note that the linear dynamic range of the stain is restricted to approximately the 10-fold range, thus hampering the use of this method for quantitative protein expression analysis. We replaced methanol for ethanol in all fixative solutions because of methanol toxicity. However, the use of ethanol in combination with acetic acid can result in the formation of ethyl acetate, which may interfere with protein identification by mass spectrometry.

3. Stop the reaction after 10 s by the addition of the sodium meta-bisulphite solution. 4. After the addition of 200 μl dimethylformamide, extract the I. LABELING AND DETECTING PROTEINS III. PROCEDURES radioiodinated Bolton–Hunter reagent with two 500-μl portions of benzene. D. Conjugation with the Bolton–Hunter Reagent Solution 2. 5: Dissolve 618 mg boric acid in 90 ml water. 5 and make up volume to 100 ml with pure water. 3. Steps 1. Evaporate the solvent of the 125I-labeled Bolton–Hunter reagent (from Section IIIC or commercially bought) in a hood under a gentle stream of dry nitrogen at room temperature.

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