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accepted How does a TOPflash/FOPflash assay work to detect beta-catenin protein expression?
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accepted Alternatives to trypsin for cell detachment?
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comment Alternatives to trypsin for cell detachment?
Sounds simple enough, thanks for the tip.
Oct
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comment Alternatives to trypsin for cell detachment?
My cells are in a T75 flask. They attach moderately strongly.
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asked Alternatives to trypsin for cell detachment?
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reviewed Excellent Why has grey hair evolved?
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reviewed Excellent What is the functional significance of the difference in cardiolipin/cholesterol ratio in different membranes?
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reviewed Satisfactory How to estimate the DNA density in human sperm head?
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answered What is the advantage to neurons being asymmetrical?
Jul
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accepted RNeasy Mini Kit low 260/230 ratio — can I purify this RNA for further use?
Jul
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comment RNeasy Mini Kit low 260/230 ratio — can I purify this RNA for further use?
The low 260/230 ratio is indicative of guanidine contamination I believe. The RNeasy "RLT buffer" contains guanidine to my knowledge.
Jul
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comment Do skull bones have pain nerves (nociceptors)?
Sure thing: mananatomy.com/basic-anatomy/nerve-supply-bones and ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/m/pubmed/12123694/as well as ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/m/pubmed/19425099
Jul
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answered Do skull bones have pain nerves (nociceptors)?