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Is protein overlap in two-dimensional gels a serious practical problem?
Stephen W. Hunsucker, Mark W. Duncan
Published Online: 23 Jan 2006
|Comment from:||Dr. Serhiy Souchelnytskyi|
|Short affiliation:||Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research, Uppsala, Sweden|
|e-mail:||firstname.lastname@example.org Date: 2006-08-02|
|Comment:||I support the view by Dr. Hunsucker and Dr. Duncan.|
There are situations of two or more proteins in quantities which make them detectable/identified in one spot, but it is relatively easy to deal with. We just have to be aware of limitations and possibilities of our techniques and instruments, as is mentioned in the View-article.