Kentaro Nakamura Department of Physiological Chemistry, Graduate School and Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Kyoto University, Japan, Japan,
1 protocol

Yohei Katoh Department of Physiological Chemistry, Graduate School and Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Kyoto University, Japan, Japan,
1 protocol

Kazuhisa Nakayama
  • Department of Physiological Chemistry, Graduate School and Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Kyoto University, Japan, Japan,
  • 1 Author merit
1 Protocol published
Visible Immunoprecipitation (VIP) Assay: a Simple and Versatile Method for Visual Detection of Protein-protein Interactions
Authors:  Yohei Katoh, Kentaro Nakamura and Kazuhisa Nakayama, date: 01/05/2018, view: 2720, Q&A: 0
The visible immunoprecipitation (VIP) assay is a convenient alternative to conventional co-immunoprecipitation (Katoh et al., 2015). By processing lysates from cells co-expressing GFP-fusion and RFP-fusion proteins for immunoprecipitation ...
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