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From the era before Sanger sequencing was invented.


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comment What do you call a virus when it's cured?
It is indeed "a certain type of organism". I think that you might find the Wikipedia page en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Virus useful. It certainly answers your question.
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@Chris thanks, I forgot about glutathione. Of course the diagram could actual be the oxidation of glutathione!
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For the record - both my comment and that from Mike Taylor make no sense now that the question has been edited. It originally mentioned wanting to ride a dinosaur.
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The blue whale en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blue_whale is the largest animal that has ever existed on Earth, and it is available to ride right now.
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I guess that a Western would count as an example of an immunological technique (excluded in the question).
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There should be a way to give a double up vote.
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Yes, but as I said in my answer, you can artificially get F-ATPase to do that, although probably not in the context of cellular compartments.
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