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Visualization of DNA Repair Proteins Interaction by Immunofluorescence
 

Visualization of DNA Repair Proteins Interaction by Immunofluorescence

Article doi: 10.3791/61447
June 26th, 2020

Summary June 26th, 2020

Following DNA damage, human cells activate essential repair pathways to restore the integrity of their genome. Here, we describe the method of indirect immunofluorescence as a means to detect DNA repair proteins, analyze their spatial and temporal recruitment, and help interrogate protein-protein interaction at the sites of DNA damage.

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