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Fig. 2 | BMC Molecular Biology

Fig. 2

From: Distinct recruitment of human eIF4E isoforms to processing bodies and stress granules

Fig. 2

GFP-eIF4E1 fusion protein is capable to bind to m7GTP agarose. HEK293 cells were lysed (INPUT) and the lysate was incubated with the m7GTP-agarose. Western blot was developed with anti-eIF4E1 antibody, which clearly shows that both endogenous eIF4E1 and its GFP-eIF4E1 fusion counterpart retain their ability to bind the m7G cap. Actin was used as a control of a sufficient washing of the m7GTP affinity resin

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