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Hence a 50-kDa protein may sediment slower than a 40-kDa protein due to the heavier protein being highly elongated. If a protein self-associates with concentration then its apparent rate of sedimentation will change when either raising or lowering the loading concentration. SV will also give information on solution heterogeneity. 5–1 mg mLϪ1, assuming the IF detection system. This will be enough for SV with three cells at three-fold dilutions, and have some sample left to perform an SE run. The three velocity cells should be loaded with 400 µL of sample: this will be a sample volume that fills ca.
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