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IJC_25054_sm_SuppFig1.tif1129KSupporting Information Figure 1. Schematic diagram of co-ELISA.
IJC_25054_sm_SuppFig2.tif1130KSupporting Information Figure 2. Signal of co-ELISA compared with background signals (mutated oligonucleotide probe, without lysate, and without primary antibody). Raji nuclear lysate was used in increasing concentrations and co-ELISA was performed with the RelA detection antibody. No lysate, no detection antibody, and mutated oligonucleotide controls were used to detect background signals. Signals are depicted in relative light units (RLU). Data represent means +/- SD of three independent experiments.
IJC_25054_sm_SuppFig3.tif2798KSupporting Information Figure 3. Standard curves of all NFκB subunits using Raji nuclear lysate and coefficient of determination (r2) values. Co-ELISA was performed on increasing amounts of Raji nuclear lysates to generate standard curves for all the different components of NFκB. Data represent means +/- SD of three independent experiments.

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