By Bancroft W. D.
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Influence of the gel concentration, voltage, and running temperature on the formation of protein–DNA complexes in EMSA. A synthetic double-stranded oligonucleotide bearing the high-affinity binding site for the transcription factor Sp1 was 5¢-end labeled and incubated with (C+) or without (C−) 5 µg crude nuclear extract from human epithelioid carcinoma HeLa (ATCC CCL 2) cells. The EMSAs were run at 4°C on native polyacrylamide gels whose concentration ranged from 4 to 12% (a), on a 6% gel runned at two different temperatures (4°C and room temperature (RT)) (b) or at three different voltages (60, 120, and 200 V) on either 6 and 10% polyacrylamide gels (c).
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Adsorption of Ammonia by Proteins by Bancroft W. D.