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Immunoprecipitation On Bench Paper - A Surprising Shift


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The number of published papers using sepharose/agarose for immunoprecipitation (IP) have declined significantly. Why is that? And what is the replacement technology?

This video will give you a better understanding of the historical and scientific reasons for the shift observed.

Sepharose® is a trademark of GE Healthcare companies, Dynabeads® is a registered trademark of Invitrogen Dynal AS, part of Life Technologies.

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