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comment Convert gene name to uniprot ID
Can you explain what these links do? Just posting links as an answer is bad practice: meta.stackexchange.com/questions/8231/…
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asked Is a sequential double transformation acceptable?
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comment DNA degradation rate
@Chris, exactly. If you treat your DNA well, it would treat you well (experimentally, that is). :)
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comment DNA degradation rate
Not that common, but just think about how it only takes one enzyme to destroy your entire sample. A "source" of nucleases can be from your fingertips too, which is why its very important to wear gloves when dealing with DNA directly.
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answered DNA degradation rate
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answered Electronic laboratory notebook (ELN)
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answered Death because of no radio waves
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answered Is it possible to use microalgae to produce food and live on it?
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asked How predictably will RNA polymerase not translate repetitive sequences?
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accepted Bioinformatics tool for “pairwise alignment” of complementary sequences?
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