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Below is a Python script that might help you to get started (apologies if it fails the Pythonic test - it works!). It uses the Entrez part of the Biopython library. The script sets up a query, in this case yeast AND Saccharomyces against the pmc database. Also note that this script uses the 2 step process that NCBI likes you to use - the first part of the ...


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I think it's possible with Entrez Direct You'd start with something like: esearch -db pubmed -query "atp6" And then pipe that to maybe efetch -format ?? and then continue with gnu coreutils. It might be that only abstracts are available as text, in this case, you'd have to extract e.g. pubmed ids and then come up with a way to batch fetch those somehow.. ...


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I have never worked much with yeast, but I can still give some answers: Salmon sperm is used as a the so called "carrier DNA". It is thought to bind to the yeast cell wall and thus prevents that the DNA which shall be transformed does so. This raises the transformation efficiency. See here for more details: "Transformation of yeast by lithium ...



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