オリゴヌクレオチド指向溶出を用いて細胞から同族RNA-タンパク質複合体の単離

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Singh, G., Fritz, S. M., Ranji, A., Singh, D., Boris-Lawrie, K. Isolation of Cognate RNA-protein Complexes from Cells Using Oligonucleotide-directed Elution. J. Vis. Exp. (119), e54391, doi:10.3791/54391 (2017).

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Materials

Name Company Catalog Number Comments
Dynabeads Protein A Invitrogen 10002D
Dynabeads Protein G Invitrogen 10004D
Anti-FLAG antibody Sigma F3165
Anti-FLAG antibody Sigma F7425
Anti-RHA antibody Vaxron PA-001
TRizol LS reagent Life technology 10296-028
RNase H Ambion AM2292
Chloroform Fisher Scientific BP1145-1
Isopropanol Fisher Scientific BP26184
RNaeasy clean-up column Qiagen 74204
Omniscript reverse transcriptase Qiagen 205113
RNase Out Invitrogen 10777-019
Protease inhibitor cocktail Roche 5056489001
Triton X-100 Sigma X100
NP-40 Sigma 98379
Glycerol Fisher Scientific 17904
Random hexamer primers Invitrogen N8080127
Oligo-dT primers Invitrogen AM5730G
PCR primers IDT Gene specific primers for  PCR amplification
Oligonucleotide for RNase H mediated cleavage IDT Anti-sense primer for target RNA
Trypsin Gibco Life technology 25300-054
DMEM tissue culture medium Gibco Life technology 11965-092
Fetal bovine serum Gibco Life technology 10082-147
Tris base Fisher Scientific BP152-5
Sodium chloride Fisher Scientific S642-212
Magnesium chloride Fisher Scientific BP214
DTT Fisher Scientific R0862
Sucrose Fisher Scientific BP220-212
Nitrocellulose membrane Bio-Rad 1620112
Magnetic stand 1.7 ml micro-centrifuge tube holding
Laminar hood For animal tissue culture
CO2 incubator For animal tissue culture
Protein gel apparatus Protein sample separation
Protein transfer apparatus Protein sample transfer
Ready to use protein gels (4-15%) Protein sample separation
Table top centrifuge Pellet down the sample
Table top rotator Mix the sample end to end
Vortex Mix the samples

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