Protein Fingerprinting

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Scenario 2: Your mother picked up some salmon from the grocery store to serve for dinner. On a PBS special about fish fraud, you saw that fraudulent aquaculturists are feeding cultured trout a new feed, which stains the muscles to look like salmon muscle. You asked your mom for her salmon to test in BioScio lab. So was your mom’s salmon really salmon? For this experiment, we knew we would be testing whether mom’s salmon was really salmon, or whether it was trout that looks like salmon. To do this, we would need samples of mom’s salmon, a sample of what is KNOWN to be salmon, trout, and scallops. This is to determine whether mom’s salmon more closely resembles the trout or the known salmon, which will give us our ultimate answer. Our positive control is the salmon, and our negative is scallops. What we are looking for in this experiment is the % commonality between both mom’s salmon and known salmon, and mom’s salmon and trout. The fish that mom’s salmon has the greater %
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