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==Protocol==
==Protocol==
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The procedure came from Dr. Hartings' [[User:Matt_Hartings/Notebook/AU_Biomaterials_Design_Lab/2013/09/25 | la notebook]].
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The procedure came from Dr. Hartings [[User:Matt_Hartings/Notebook/AU_Biomaterials_Design_Lab/2013/09/25 | lab notebook]].  Two additional samples were made using the 2 nM of pepsin and  0.2μM of pepstatin solutions yesterday.  It was prepared just like the SDS-PAGE samples except stored in a refrigerator.
==Data==
==Data==
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Observations of the SDS-PAGE with the samples from yesterday.
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[[Image:9 25 2013 cmj SDSPAGE gel.png]]
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*For the wells going left to right:
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# pepstatin 1
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#pepsin 1
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#pepsin 2
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#pepstatin 4
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#hemoglobin
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#pepstatin 3
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#pepsin 3
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#pepsin 4
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#pepstatin 2
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#pepsin stock
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#pepstatin stock
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Objective

Run SDS-PAGE on the amount of hemoglobin from yesterday's lab.

Protocol

The procedure came from Dr. Hartings lab notebook. Two additional samples were made using the 2 nM of pepsin and 0.2μM of pepstatin solutions yesterday. It was prepared just like the SDS-PAGE samples except stored in a refrigerator.

Data

Observations of the SDS-PAGE with the samples from yesterday.

Image:9 25 2013 cmj SDSPAGE gel.png

  • For the wells going left to right:
  1. pepstatin 1
  2. pepsin 1
  3. pepsin 2
  4. pepstatin 4
  5. hemoglobin
  6. pepstatin 3
  7. pepsin 3
  8. pepsin 4
  9. pepstatin 2
  10. pepsin stock
  11. pepstatin stock


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