Musa Mhlanga IDM, University of Cape Town, Cape Town
1 protocol

Sipho Mamputha Sipho Mamputha
1 protocol

Stoyan Stoychev 1 protocol
Andrea Puhar The Laboratory for Molecular Infection Medicine Sweden (MIMS); Umeå Centre for Microbial Research (UCMR); Department of Molecular Biology, Umea University, Sweden
47 protocols

Cristina Suárez Heidelberg University
2 protocols

Gal Haimovich Molecular Genetics, Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel
93 protocols

Geoffrey Lau City University of Hong Kong
18 protocols

Reviewer
Anca Flavia Savulescu
  • Research scientist, University of Cape Town
Research focus
  • Cell biology
  • 1 Author merit

Education

PhD, Technion, 2011

Lab information

Musa Mhlanga's lab

1 Protocol published
Biochemical Pulldown of mRNAs and Long Noncoding RNAs from Cellular Lysates Coupled with Mass Spectrometry to Identify Protein Binding Partners
Authors:  Anca F. Savulescu, Stoyan Stoychev, Sipho Mamputha and Musa M. Mhlanga, date: 06/05/2020, view: 933, Q&A: 0
RNA binding proteins (RBPs) interact with cellular mRNAs, controlling various steps throughout the lifetime of these transcripts, including transcription, cellular transport, subcellular localization, translation and degradation. In addition to ...
20 Protocols reviewed
Identification of Buffer Conditions for Optimal Thermostability and Solubility of Herpesviral Protein UL37 Using the Thermofluor Assay
Authors:  Andrea L. Koenigsberg, Jared D. Pitts and Ekaterina E. Heldwein, date: 06/20/2020, view: 462, Q&A: 0
Structural and biochemical studies of proteins require high amounts of stable, purified proteins. Protein stability often depends on the buffer composition, which includes pH and concentration of salts or other solutes such as glycerol, hence an ...
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A Widely Applicable Urea-based Fluorescent/Colorimetric mRNA in situ Hybridization Protocol
Author:  Chiara Sinigaglia, date: 09/05/2019, view: 2113, Q&A: 0
In situ hybridization methods are routinely employed to detect nucleic acid sequences, allowing to localize gene expression or to study chromosomal organization in their native context. These methods rely on the pairwise binding of a ...
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