This Inmunoprecipitation protocol wants to be an easy and basic guide for researchers to help them through the process. It contains a list of materials, the steps to follow and even a list of common problems and mistakes that might arise, and their solutions.

Immunoprecipitation (IP) is a method of purification and enrichment of target proteins based on specific antigen-antibody reactions.

This procedure can be used to isolate and concentrate a particular protein from a sample containing thousands of different proteins. Immunoprecipitation requires the antibody to be coupled to a solid substrate at some point during the procedure.

The Inmunoprecipitation protocol contains:

  • Materials and Reactives
  • Sample preparation
  • Complete assay procedure
  • Possible Mistakes and Solutions
Inmunoprecipitation protocol

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