An ROS producer that doesn't lead to protein carbonylation

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An ROS producer that doesn't lead to protein carbonylation

Post by hanhan2008 » Tue Mar 04, 2008 9:31 pm

Recently, I found that one of my nanoparticles (silver) could not lead to elevated protein carbonyl levels (by DNP method using ELISA) in cultured cells, though in ROS studies, it does give a positive result. Any explanation? Thanks!

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