Lecture8CMFall09FINAL - MCBWorkshopSeries MCBWorkshopSeries

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MCB Workshop Series MCB Workshop Series This Week  This Week  09/14-09/18 09/14-09/18 . Undergraduate Research Monday, Sept. 14, 5 pm, 418 NHB Are you wondering what lab research is like and whether it’s right for you?  Interested in lab  search tips?  Then come to our research discussion session where we’ll talk about research – what it’s about,  the steps to finding an MCB 290 lab position and ways to make the most of the research experience.  All  students in the Biological Sciences are welcome but space is limited to 20 attendees.  You’re invited to  participate more than once this semester as you think about research and search for a mentor, but please  restrict your attendance to one workshop per month so that all interested students can take part in these  meetings.   To reserve a seat for this week’s workshop, RSVP to Jennie Downs at  [email protected]  no  later than noon on the meeting day. Writing Winning Personal Statements for MCB Thursday, Sept. 17, 5 pm, 140 Burrill Hall Writer’s Workshop staff will facilitate a 50-minute session that will introduce the concept of personal  statements, give ideas on how to get started, discuss strategies and pitfalls, and answer questions. Hands-on  practice with real science examples, including a med school application, will be provided. Individual  feedback can be given to students who bring their own personal statements. Great opportunity for MCB  students aspiring to apply to graduate, medical, or other professional schools
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MCB 250 Lecture 8 Protein Analysis Protein Purification
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Gel Electrophoresis Proteins are charged molecules. Charged molecules will move in an electric field (electrophoresis). Polyacrylamide gels provide a convenient matrix to “sieve” the protein molecules as they move. Polyacrylamide Gel Electrophoresis (PAGE) Movement through gel depends on size, shape, and charge of molecule. This is “native” or “non-denaturing” PAGE.
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This note was uploaded on 02/17/2010 for the course MCB MCB 250 taught by Professor Miller during the Fall '09 term at University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign.

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Lecture8CMFall09FINAL - MCBWorkshopSeries MCBWorkshopSeries

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