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(C) B2Bioworld 2010 - electrophoretic measurement switchboard LKBElectrophoresis in Proteomics
– Some Common Pitfalls and Smart Ways to Avoid Them

Reiner Westermeier, Hanspeter Schickle

A straight-forward and merciless enumeration of mistakes which often appear negligible at the outset, but may cause trouble downstream. Not for the beginner, definitely! Written by electrophoresis whiz Reiner Westermeier and his longtime partner Hanspeter Schickle exclusively for B2Bioworld - without adverts or PR in disguise. Originally written in 2010 it is still to be recommended for in depth reading in 2014

Reference
Westermeier R, Schickle HP (2010): Electrophoresis in Proteomics. Some Common Pitfalls and Ways to Avoid Them. Published online March: B2Bioworld.com

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