Elucidation of protein aggregation in frozen cod and haddock by transmission electron microscopy/immunocytochemistry, light microscopy and atomic force microscopy

@inproceedings{Badii2004ElucidationOP,
  title={Elucidation of protein aggregation in frozen cod and haddock by transmission electron microscopy/immunocytochemistry, light microscopy and atomic force microscopy},
  author={Farah Badii and P. Zhdan and Nazlin K. Howell},
  year={2004}
}
Polyclonal antibodies raised to both native cod myosin and actin as well as to aggregated proteins obtained from frozen cod stored for 11 months at −10 °C were used to investigate disposition of muscle proteins in frozen cod and haddock fillets by transmission electron microscopy. Specimens from cod and haddock fillets, stored at −10 °C, treated with anti-aggregate antibody as the primary antibody, showed significantly more gold particles, especially around the protein aggregates and muscle… CONTINUE READING