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Co-Immunoprecipitation Part 1

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In this video we discuss how co-immunoprecipitation can be used to show that two proteins are assembled in a protein complex.
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chen chen (5 months ago)
Thanks, very clear, a typo is supernatant not supernatent.
Caroline Green (1 year ago)
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Co-IP is a classic technology widely used for protein-protein interaction identification and validation. Based on the specific immunological interaction between the bait protein and its antibody, co-IP has become an effective and reliable method in detecting the physiological interaction between proteins. Highly reproducible experimental results plus Short turn-around time at Profacgen, http://www.profacgen.com/Co-Immunoprecipitation-Co-IP.htm.
Márton Demeter (1 year ago)
centrifugation in respect of that rotation axis, wouldn't do this effect, you should change the rotation axis to the other like in here: http://image.slidesharecdn.com/ultracentrifugation-150514105846-lva1-app6892/95/ultracentrifugation-21-638.jpg?cb=1431601173 If you would rotate as you draw it, there wouldn't be a separation , but basically a big turbulent mess...:D Cool videos though...
Krystel Navarro (1 year ago)
Excellent explanation! Thank you very much!
刘MID (1 year ago)
It's clear
Ankush Sharma (2 years ago)
good but too slow and some time too much repeating
Monica Bustos (2 years ago)
very helpful, just a bit slow. Thanks for the help.
Abdullah Freiwan (2 years ago)
Thanks a lot
Hector Cardona (2 years ago)
Subtitulos en español por favor.
호랑미라클 (2 years ago)
thank you
Mahmoud Ayman (2 years ago)
thank you, keep going
Janaga (2 years ago)
he keeps saying okay a lot. It's very distracting actually.
Kirk Geier (3 years ago)
Jesus, I think that's the clearest handwriting I've seen in my life! Also, good explanation thank you. Although video might be a little bettter at 1.5x playback rate
shuang guo (3 years ago)
thanks

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