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Posted by david on Sunday, October 2, 2011 at 7:24pm.

if there were two proteins samples of exactly the same concentration but one sample contained a protein having a significantly higher number of arginine and lysine residues compared to that of the other sample - would there be a difference in the amount of dye bound to each type of protein? how would this be reflected in the absorbance as measured using the spectrophotometer?

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