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Apr
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accepted How the concentration of an antibiotic is chosen for YPD medium?
Apr
10
comment Is episome a plasmid or a virus?
this was exactly what I asked. Thank you very much.
Apr
10
asked Is episome a plasmid or a virus?
Apr
10
comment How the concentration of an antibiotic is chosen for YPD medium?
First I'll linearize this plasmid. because I want it to be integrated into the genome. (linearized DNA integrates to the genome in H. polymorpha). So there will be no additional copies. And tef1 promoter is present before hygromycin gene.
Apr
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asked How the concentration of an antibiotic is chosen for YPD medium?
Apr
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comment Is it technically possible to make someone see something when their eyes are closed?
Two weeks ago, I watched this video. youtube.com/… In here, how this guy sense the things around him is not clear (it says he uses echo location to navigate, but is it really true?). However it is an interesting documentary. I hope this will help you as a different example.
Feb
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Feb
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comment Does GTP-γS (GTP gamma S) bind all GTP-binding proteins?
Thank you so much! ;)
Feb
17
accepted Does GTP-γS (GTP gamma S) bind all GTP-binding proteins?
Feb
17
comment Does GTP-γS (GTP gamma S) bind all GTP-binding proteins?
I had read the answer to the question in this link. But I couldn't understand exactly. So, does GTP-gamma S bind only to the GTPases very strongly? Is this the reason?
Feb
17
comment Does GTP-γS (GTP gamma S) bind all GTP-binding proteins?
Figure 1 d. Thank you for your help.
Feb
16
comment Does GTP-γS (GTP gamma S) bind all GTP-binding proteins?
The title of this article is ''Rab10 GTPase regulates ER dynamics and morphology'' Link: nature.com/ncb/journal/v15/n2/full/ncb2647.html Unfortunately, it is not open-access..
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asked Does GTP-γS (GTP gamma S) bind all GTP-binding proteins?